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Implementation of the NIS Directive in Sweden

This page gives state of play of the implementation of the NIS Directive in Sweden and points of contact.

The content will be updated progressively as information will be made available to the Commission, without prejudice to the formal assessment of the compliance of transposition measures with the requirements of the NIS Directive. 

Status of transposition

Transposed.

National strategy on the security of network and information systems

National Cyber Security Strategy

Single point of contact

Myndigheten för samhällsskydd och beredskap

Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB)

Address: 651 81 Karlstad
E-mail: spoc.nis@msb.se
Phone: +46 (0) 771 240 240
 

National competent authority for DSPs

Post- och telestyrelsen - PTS

(The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority)

E-mail: nis@pts.se

Phone: +46(0)8-678 5531

 

National competent authorities for OES

Energy (all sectors)

Energimyndigheten - STEM

(The Swedish Energy Agency)

Phone: +46(0)16 544 20 00

Transport (all sectors)

Transportstyrelsen - TS

(The Swedish Transport Agency)

Phone: +46(0)10 495 31 38

Banking and financial market infrastructures

Finansinspektionen - FI

(Sweden's financial supervisory authority)

Phone: +46(0)8 40 89 80 00

Health sector

Inspektionen för vård och omsorg - IVO

(The Health and Social Care Inspectorate)

Phone: +46(0)10-788 50 00

Drinking water supply and distribution

Livsmedelsverket - SLV

(The Swedish Food Agency)

Phone: +46(0)181 755 00

Digital infrastructure

Post- och telestyrelsen - PTS
(The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority)

E-mail: nis@pts.se

Phone: +46(0)8 678 5531

 

National CSIRT

MSB/CERT-SE

E-mail: cert@cert.se
Phone: +46 (0)10 240 40 40

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Big Picture

State-of-play of the transposition of the NIS Directive

The Commission, together with European Union Agency for Network and Information Security, works closely with the Member States to ensure the NIS Directive's transposition into national legislation.

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