DORA Regulation

DORA (Digital Operational Resilience Act) is a European regulation focused on strengthening the cybersecurity and operational resilience of the financial sector.

Digital Enterprise - New Grants for Cybersecurity - NIS2 and DORA

The Operational Program Technologies and Application for Competitiveness (OP TAC) has announced a new grant call focused on supporting digitalization in companies. Grant funds can also be used to support the company’s cybersecurity (DORA regulation, NIS2 directive).

Cyber Security Specialist Certification

Bára Piskačová, an attorney at law of our law firm Stuchlíková & Partners, has obtained the Cyber Security Specialist certification from BOIT Cyber Security.

New Grants for Cybersecurity

Soon, small and medium-sized enterprises will be able to apply for a grant to strengthen cybersecurity from the European grant call Digital Enterprise.

DORA and the Responsibility of the Management Body

As part of the implementation of new cybersecurity rules in the financial sector, the DORA regulation also brings increased responsibility for leading authorities. Our law firm brings you a summary of these in a concise infographic.

DORA - Summary of New Obligations in a Concise Infographic

In January 2023, the European Union’s regulation DORA came into effect with the aim of enhancing digital resilience and cybersecurity in the financial sector. The regulation sets out a number of new rules and obligations for financial entities. Our law firm brings you a summary of these in a concise infographic.

DORA Regulation – Revolutionizing the Rules for Cybersecurity in the Financial Sector

With the rise of digitization and technological progress, businesses face new security challenges. The financial sector is no exception, where, considering the potential damages and risks of cyber-attacks, it is crucial to ensure a high level of data and information protection.

What will 2023 bring in financial regulation?

Stay up to date on financial regulation for 2023. Read about crowdfunding, cybersecurity, cryptocurrency regulation, payment services and AML.