The NIS Directive represents the cornerstone of the EU's efforts to step up its overall cybersecurity. The Directive foresees the attainment of a common high level of network and information security and thus upscaling capacities, cooperation and risk management practices across the EU Member States.

The Commission, together with European Union Agency for Network and Information Security, works closely with the Member States to ensure the Directive's transposition into national legislation.

Are you interested in following how Member States are building up their cybersecurity capacities? The interactive map below will help you get a country-by-country overview of the state of play of implementation of the NIS Directive. The content represents a state of play based on information provided by Member States, and is without prejudice to the formal assessment of the compliance of transposition measures with the requirements of the NIS Directive. The map is updated progressively.

NIS Member States