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Webinar Navigating NIS2: Leveraging Digital Forensics to Meet Requirements

Webinar Navigating NIS2: Leveraging Digital Forensics to Meet Requirements

As the digital landscape evolves and cyber threats become increasingly sophisticated, regulatory frameworks like the upcoming NIS2 guidelines play a pivotal role in safeguarding critical infrastructure and digital services.

Join us as we explore the upcoming changes to the NIS2 guidelines and how digital forensics can help organizations to meet and exceed compliance requirements. Magnet Forensics’ experts will provide you with actionable recommendations and insights into how digital forensics enables you to better meet NIS2 regulatory requirements. This includes evidence collection and preservation, meeting reporting requirement timelines, proving your due diligence, and ultimately strengthening your overall security posture. Whether you are a DFIR practitioner, compliance officer, or cybersecurity leader, this webinar offers invaluable insights to help you navigate the upcoming changes to NIS2 with digital forensic capabilities!

Key topics include:

· An overview of the NIS2 guidelines: what’s changing? What industries are impacted?

· Where digital forensics methodologies and solutions are best applied to meet regulatory requirements

· Best practices for implementing digital forensics into your Incident Response plan.

· How Magnet Forensics solutions enable a robust investigation into complex cyber incidents

 

Speakers:

Gavin Hornsey, Solution Consultant Magnet Forensics

Joost Gijzel, DataExpert

When: Thursday 11 April | 14:00 - 15:00 CET

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