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This blog post looks at the regulatory requirements for security and resilience in each country of the current VUCA world and the issues that arise.
Regardless of the country, the following issues and goals are always the same:
CRITIS regulations vary from country to country
This blog post was written with some helpful references to the current German CRITIS regulation for better understanding, but is primarily aimed at the international perspective. You will not get an explicit overview of the current country-specific regulations. It would be beyond the scope of this blog article as well as beyond our resources and competences to know the corresponding CRITIS laws or other supplementary laws for all countries in the world. Our core competence is to increase the physical security of our customers through advanced and cyber-secure video security technology “Made in Germany”.
What we can offer are valuable tips and recommendations that have worked in practice:
7 tips and recommendations for CRITIS managers
In our view, there are three key dimensions that need to be addressed to achieve holistic CRISIS resilience and security:
Your role – today and tomorrow
Case study for understanding – German CRITIS regulation
In Germany, as an example of national CRITIS legislation (and implementation of EU law), the IT Security Act 2.0 or the BSI Act currently regulates the cybersecurity of the classic CRITIS sectors. In the future (2023 ff.), an announced CRITIS umbrella law will also regulate the general resilience and in particular the physical security of the CRITIS sectors, thereby implementing a corresponding EU requirement (RCE Directive).
Recommendations for country-specific comparative information
1. German legal framework
2. EU legal framework
Are you specifically interested in the EU-wide CRITIS legal framework (NIS2 / RCE)?
Then our blog post “EU legal framework for CRITIS and other key sectors” is for you.
Further information: CRITIS expertise and video technology