Consultation on the Security of Network and Information Systems (NIS) Directive

Gemserv are responding to a consultation the Government are running on their plans to implement the Security of Network and Information Systems Directive (“NIS Directive”).

As our reliance on technology grows, the impact of failure in those systems and the opportunities for those who would seek to compromise our systems and data increase. Responding to this threat and ensuring the safety and security of cyberspace is an essential requirement for a prosperous UK economy. We need to secure our technology, data and networks in order to keep our businesses, citizens and public services protected.

Quick Smart! Gemserv believes smart water metering is only a matter of time

Markets specialist Gemserv believes smart water metering is only a matter of time – and urges water companies to take the initiative rather than end up on the back foot.
It may seem a little premature for the water industry to be considering how to manage a national smart water meter rollout, given the lack of a policy driver, that dumb meter penetration is patchy, and that energy smart metering has far from proved itself an unqualified success as yet.

We are in unprecedented times and businesses are needing to adapt faster than ever to an ever changing situation. But what does that mean in practice and what does that mean for employees?

We are launching a series of live podcasts with some of our team whose backgrounds are in IT, Security, Business Resilience and Digital Transformation. They will discuss advice and guidance for companies in the process of adapting to unprecedented changes in the way we work and live.

Following the most recent government guidance, we are asking all but essential staff to work remotely. Consequently, for the time being, we will no longer be hosting meetings at our London and Dublin offices, though we will continue to provide our services as normal.

Visit our Coronavirus Information Page for full details of the procedures we are adhering to and who to contact if you have any questions

Following the most recent government guidance, we are asking all but essential staff to work remotely. Consequently, for the time being, we will no longer be hosting meetings at our London and Dublin offices, though we will continue to provide our services as normal.

Visit our Coronavirus Information Page for full details of the procedures we are adhering to and who to contact if you have any questions