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The NISR (Network and Information Systems Regulations), which came into force on 9 May 2018, are designed to protect the critical national infrastructure of EU countries in the event of a cyber attack.
Simon Phippard and Sandra Nicolle take a look at a recent passenger rights case and the questions it raises around extraordinary circumstances and how jurisdiction is determined.
As the UK moves ever closer to Brexit, our Cybersecurity team looks at its potential impact on the regulatory compliance of Digital Service Providers.
In its judgment produced on the 2 September, the commercial court of Paris considered that a dozen clauses of the general terms and conditions of use imposed by Amazon on its partners to be particularly imbalanced, and ...
For many years Bird & Bird has been providing first-rate legal advice to renowned electronic commerce players as they drive forward the global digital revolution.
Pursuant to PSD2, as implemented by the Danish Payments Act, issuers and acquirers need to ensure that the card issuer performs a Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) of the cardholder when it is initiating a payment, ...
As internet-connected devices across Europe playing an increasingly important role in supporting day to day economic activity, EU parliament has recently passed a new Cybersecurity Act, ensuring cyber resilience of ...
Pursuant to PSD2, as implemented into Finnish law, payment service providers needs to perform SCA when the user accesses its payment account online, when the payer is initiating a payment, or when the user carries out ...
Our Commercial team looks at the recently published European standard, which provides greater clarity over the level of cybersecurity expected in IoT products.