The Irish NIS Directive implementation bill has not yet been published and a date for publication is not currently available. The Irish Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment (a government department) published a consultation paper on the proposed approach to take on the NIS Directive in November 2017, with the deadline for submissions having closed on 20 December 2017.
According to the Irish Government's Spring / Summer 2017 legislative programme it is intended that the Cyber Security Bill (not yet published) will transpose the NIS Directive. According to the consultation paper, the drafting of the legislation to transpose the NIS Directive (the Cyber Security Bill) will be concluded by March / April 2018.
Last reviewed 28.02.2018
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