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Digital economy and society
Type of act
Implementing regulation

Draft act

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13 September 2017 - 11 October 2017
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  • VNO-NCW (Netherlands)
    11 October 2017 Business association
    VNO-NCW (Netherlands)

    VNO-NCW welcomes the possibility to comment on the draft Commission Implementing Regulation laying down rules that concern the security and notification obligations of digital service providers (DSPs). VNO-NCW supports the objectives of the NIS directive to ensure a high common level of network and information security across the EU. This is important to boost trust and to the smooth functioning of the internal market. The NIS directive makes...

  • Syntec Numérique (France)
    11 octobre 2017 Business association
    Syntec Numérique (France)

    Syntec Numérique est le syndicat professionnel français des entreprises de services du numérique, des éditeurs de logiciels et des sociétés de conseil en technologies. Il regroupe plus de 1 800 entreprises qui réalisent 80 % du chiffre d’affaires total du secteur (plus de 50Md€ de chiffre d’affaires, 427 000 employés dans le secteur). Syntec Numérique contribue à la promotion et à la croissance du numérique à travers le développement de l...

  • IBM (United Kingdom)
    11 October 2017 Company/business organisation
    IBM (United Kingdom)

    Duplicate reporting requirements when a Data Services Provider is providing services to an Operator of Essential Services - As currently described, a DSP outage which only impacts an OES will have to be reported by both the OES and the DSP. We believe this duplicate reporting is unnecessary and risks creating confusion. As a DSP, we cannot imagine a situation where we would not know that we are providing a service to an OES, either because...

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