Swedish regulator finds domain name providers understand NIS regulations

Friday 11 September 2020 | 14:09 CET | News
Swedish communications regulator PTS said it has concluded assessments showing that providers of critical services in Sweden have good understanding of rules on security measures and incident report obligations under the networks and information systems (NIS) law. The regulator has published assessments for Amazon Web Services, FS Data, Glesys, the Swedish Internet Foundation (ISS), Iliat, Loopia, Name SRS, Netnod, Oderland, One and Portsgroup.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Amazon Web Services / Netnod / PTS
Countries: Sweden
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