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On-demand webinar: Cyber security required for CE-marking
Watch this webinar to get an introduction to the new EU Cyber Resilience Act as well as an easy-to-understand update on the cyber security requirements in the Radio Equipment Directive (RED).
From August 2024, cyber security needs to be documented for products that need CE marking and are to be sold in Europe. This is a consequence of new requirements in the RED. But how do manufacturers conform to these new requirements?
In addition, a proposal for a new regulation was published in September: The Cyber Resilience Act. What is this act? And what are the consequences of it (besides introducing fines up to millions of euros)?
The purpose of this webinar will be to answer both of these questions.
Background: Cyber security in CE marking
The EU has decided to implement cyber security requirements in the Radio Equipment Directive (RED). The update of RED includes the implementation of Article 3.3. d, e and f, which introduces the following new requirements for wireless products:
d. ensure network resilience
e. secure personal data and privacy
f. enhance protection from fraud
These requirements will be enforced on all wireless products being marketed from 1 August 2024 (including products being sold prior to this date). At Nemko, we therefore advice manufacturers to start preparing as soon as possible.
15 September 2022 a proposal for Cyber Security Act was published. This regulation will also put cyber security into the CE marking, but is having a scope beyond the Radio Equipment Directive, and is therefore expected to be replacing those requirements.
Geir Horthe - Head of Nemko cyber security department
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 for many years the position as Certification Manager at Nemko HQ with responsibilities for electrical product certifications, for national and international certification.
Tore Ledaal - Vice President Nemko Group Lab Operations
Tore Ledaal has a background is in Safety testing. He has over 20 years of experience in Nemko and, for a period, has been working for Nemko China to assist in setting up their laboratory. He is the leader of the national committee NK 34 for luminaires and represents Nemko in the IEC CTL committee.