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On-demand webinar: What will the new cyber security standard for IoT require?Download Now
Webinar: What will the new cyber security standard for IoT require?
Start preparing for the new cyber security requirements for CE marking through this introduction to the ETSI EN 303 645 standard on Cyber security for consumer Internet of Things.
The final standard for cyber security is still being developed, but since it is expected to be similar to the ETSI standard, we suggest you to familiarize yourself with this standard.
After attending this webinar, you will have gained:
An introduction to cyber security in CE marking
an overview of the ETSI standard and hereby an introduction to what the upcoming cyber security standard is expected to require
an understanding of the specific requirements of the standard and what it means to your product
Geir Hørthe is responsible for the Nemko cyber security initiative. He has worked at Nemko for more than 30 years, in the capacity of test services, lab manager of safety, ATEX and medical departments. He has also been Managing Director at the Nemko office in London for two years. After he returned to Norway, he held the position as Certification Manager at Nemko HQ for many years with responsibilities for electrical product certifications, for national and international certification.
Daniel Breive Havre
Daniel Breive Havre works as Cyber Security Evaluator with Nemko. He is qualified as evaluator for the Cyber Common Criteria scheme. Daniel Breive Havre holds a master's degree from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
Oskar Firat is a Cyber Security Evaluator with Nemko, and has played an important role in building up Nemko's cyber security service for IoT. He is qualified as evaluator for the Cyber Common Criteria scheme. He holds a bachelor in applied computer technology, and a master's degree in political science.