• DIGITALEUROPE urged MEPs to consider self-certification as a viable option during the European Parliament Plenary Session in Strasbourg

    16 February 2018

    DIGITALEUROPE’s Iva Tasheva and the issue lead for the European Cybersecurity Certification Framework, Ms. Adele Naudy Chambaud, Schneider Electric, participated in the European Parliament Plenary Session in Strasbourg on 6 – 8 February. 

    In Strasbourg, DIGITALEUROPE met with MEPs, including rapporteurs and political group advisors. During the meetings, DIGITALEUROPE presented the most recent position paper on the proposed EU Cybersecurity Certification Framework.

    The discussions focused on the value of EU-wide voluntary certification schemes and the key aspects of their successful deployment. This include building a flexible certification framework, which refer to security objectives and global (EU and International) standards.

    We urged MEPs to consider self-certification as a viable option, including industry and standard organisation inputs in every step of the development of the specific schemes. This would be necessary to ensure that the European Certification Framework is an agile toolbox for the development of timely and necessary certification schemes.

     

    For more information, contact:

    Iva Tasheva
    Policy Manager
    iva.tasheva@digitaleurope.org 
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