Decoding Cybersecurity: Regulations, Orders, and Directives

Cybersecurity is a dynamic field, influenced by an array of regulations, orders, and directives. These mandates not only shape the standards for digital protection but also provide a roadmap for organizations and nations to fortify their cyber defenses.

Cybersecurity Mandates Glossary

Delve into the glossary below for a snapshot of pivotal cybersecurity directives. To access an in-depth exploration of each term, refer to More details and click on the Learn more link.

TermFull NameOverviewMore Details
EO 14028Executive Order 14028: Improving the Nation's CybersecurityA U.S. presidential directive aiming to bolster the federal government's cybersecurity initiatives.Learn more
NIS2 DirectiveRevised Directive on Security of Network and Information SystemsAn EU mandate that sets enhanced security standards for essential and digital service providers.Learn more
SEC Cyber RulesU.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's Cybersecurity GuidelinesRegulations to ensure companies transparently disclose cyber risks and breaches to stakeholders.Learn more
Cyber Resilience ActCyber Resilience ActA piece of legislation fostering cyber resilience and readiness against potential cyber threats across sectors.Learn more
DORADigital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) - Regulation (EU) 2022/2554An EU regulation aimed at strengthening the operational resilience of the financial sector against cyber threats and digital disruptions.Learn more
CERCritical Entities Resilience DirectiveAn EU directive enhancing the resilience of critical entities and infrastructure across Europe, focusing on reducing vulnerabilities and strengthening physical resilience.Learn more
Cybersecurity Glossary