How our Unified Endpoint Management mCloud helps you achieve NIS2 compliance
NIS2 Directive

The European NIS2 directive brings new and stricter cybersecurity regulations for many industries. For many companies, this means that they must implement these new guidelines by fall 2024 or risk heavy penalties.

The overhaul of network and information systems required by the EU entails stricter security requirements on the one hand and extended reporting obligations on the other in order to make Europe's critical infrastructures more resistant to cyber attacks.

Barcotec can provide you with comprehensive support here with the mCloud so that you can implement NIS2 guidelines:

What is the mCloud?

The mCloud is a so-called Unified Endpoint Management System with integrated Mobile Device Management. A browser-based console for managing and securing IT devices such as desktop computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, scanners, mobile data capture devices and even smart glasses.

A UEM standardizes the control of different device types and operating systems, which in turn enables the consistent application of security policies and management strategies.

Advantages and importance of a UEM in modern IT environments

The mCloud offers a central interface for managing both mobile and stationary end devices. Core functions include update management, enforcement of security policies, remote data wiping and application management. The mCloud enables companies to implement a uniform security and management strategy across all endpoints. This greatly simplifies IT management and improves security by enabling rapid responses to security threats across all connected devices.

As the boundaries between workplace and mobile/home office become increasingly blurred, a unified security policy across all endpoints is all the more required.

Integration of UEM and mobile endpoint security

The integration of mobile endpoint security into UEM strategies is crucial in order to achieve a comprehensive level of security. Our mCloud provides a central interface to manage the security settings of all endpoints. This enables a faster response to security incidents and ensures that all devices are compliant with the requirements of the NIS2 directive.

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