The Parliament of Poland has passed its cybersecurity law aimed at fully implementing the EU NIS Directive, Dark Reading reports. The country’s cybersecurity system covers several different industries, such as energy, health care and transport, as well as digital service providers and computer security incident response teams. The passing of the bill also will result in the creation of a government body aimed at crafting cybersecurity policies. Additionally, an advisory cybersecurity council will be established to exchange information on security incidents with other EU member states, while a separate entity composed of different companies will handle incidents within their networks.
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