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Chapter III – Cooperation at Union and international level (Art. 14-19)

Art. 14 NIS2 - Cooperation Group arrow_right_alt

Art. 15 NIS2 - CSIRTs network arrow_right_alt

Art. 16 NIS2 - European cyber crisis liaison organisation network (EU-CyCLONe) arrow_right_alt

Art. 17 NIS2 - International cooperation arrow_right_alt

Art. 18 NIS2 - Report on the state of cybersecurity in the Union arrow_right_alt

  1. ENISA shall adopt, in cooperation with the Commission and the Cooperation Group, a biennial report on the state of cybersecurity in the Union and shall submit and present that report to the European Parliament. The report shall, inter alia, be made available in machine-readable data and include the following:
    1. a Union-level cybersecurity risk assessment, taking account of the cyber threat landscape;
    2. an assessment of the development of cybersecurity capabilities in the public and private sectors across the Union;
    3. an assessment of the general level of cybersecurity awareness and cyber hygiene among citizens and entities, including small and medium-sized enterprises;
    4. an aggregated assessment of the outcome of the peer reviews referred to in Article 19;
    5. an aggregated assessment of the level of maturity of cybersecurity capabilities and resources across the Union, including those at sector level, as well as of the extent to which the Member States’ national cybersecurity strategies are aligned.
  2. The report shall include particular policy recommendations, with a view to addressing shortcomings and increasing the level of cybersecurity across the Union, and a summary of the findings for the particular period from the EU Cybersecurity Technical Situation Reports on incidents and cyber threats prepared by ENISA in accordance with Article 7(6) of Regulation (EU) 2019/881.
  3. ENISA, in cooperation with the Commission, the Cooperation Group and the CSIRTs network, shall develop the methodology, including the relevant variables, such as quantitative and qualitative indicators, of the aggregated assessment referred to in paragraph 1, point (e).
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Recital 20

The Commission should, in cooperation with the Cooperation Group and after consulting the relevant stakeholders, provide guidelines on the implementation of the criteria applicable to microenterprises and small enterprises for the assessment of whether they fall within the scope of this Directive. The Commission should also ensure that appropriate guidance is given to microenterprises and small enterprises falling within the scope of this Directive. The Commission should, with the assistance of the Member States, make information available to microenterprises and small enterprises in that regard.

Art. 19 NIS2 - Peer reviews arrow_right_alt