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On April 19, Nemko Taiwan conducted its first physical customer seminar this year in Taipei. The seminar was on cyber security and held with one of our cyber partner labs, Deloitte & Touche – one of the leading consultancy organizations in the world.
“This was the first physical customer seminar that Nemko Taiwan has conducted after COVID-19 in Taipei” commented Danny Lu,
Key Account Manager in Nemko Taiwan.
“The idea of conducting this physical seminar comes from an increased demand from new prospects and current clients. There is an eagerness to learn from the industry leaders on current cyber security trends, including the upcoming cyber regulations within CE marking, following the implementation of the cyber security requirements in the Radio Equipment Directive (RED), as well as other new mandatory cyber requirements.”
New cyber security requirements in focus
The session started with opening remarks from Nemko Group CEO Per Ove Øyberg, who provided an insight on Nemko’s cyber security offerings and how we help organizations conform to the upcoming cyber security standards.
The seminar was mainly attended by the leading networking communication (NetCom) manufacturers in Taiwan like Dell, HP, Wistron, and D-Link.
The seminar included information and updates on the following topics:
1. Cyber regulation in EU including the Cybersecurity Act and the ETSI EN 303 645 standard for Consumer IoT product compliance.
2. US Federal NIST, mandatory regulation both California and Oregon for IoT consumer product scope.
3. Cyber Security regulations in the Asian countries China, Singapore, Korea and Japan.
4. New cyber security requirements from the Radio Equipment Directive (RED) in article 3.3 d, e and f, including the timeline until the requirements become mandatory in August 2024.
“The presenters gave a key summary of the RED requirements, including solutions on how manufacturers can comply with these new requirements based on the ETSI EN 303 645 standard,” said Danny Lu.
Exchanging views on current trends
Seminar co-host, Deloitte, also gave an overview of the Cyber requirements in all major industries and the application industry 4.0 ISA 62443 series, SEMI-Conductor SEMI E 187, E169, Automotive ISO/IEC 21434, TISAX, Power Automation IEC 62351, IT Security System ISO/IEC 27000 and so on.
Participants welcomed the opportunity to exchange views on current trends and upcoming cyber security regulations with Nemko Taiwan and Deloitte as well as with peers from the NetCom manufacturing companies.
All participants were very positive about the take-aways, and look forward to other upcoming seminars like this one soon.
Mr. Danny Lu joined Nemko Group AS Taiwan Branch more than 15 years and now responsible for Key Account Management, Marketing Communication and New Business Development, all three major areas. Danny has Master of MBA degree of Arizona State University, has much experience in New Business Development and Market...