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Call for expression of interest for the first ad hoc working group on cybersecurity certification
Following the entry into force of the Cybersecurity Act on 27 June 2019, the European Commission has requested ENISA to prepare a candidate cybersecurity certification scheme to serve as a successor to the existing SOG-IS Mutual Recognition Agreement.
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ENISA meets OSCE and the National Cyber Security Authority of Greece
ENISA welcomed on Friday 8 February, at its premises the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
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ENISA Launches Public Consultation for First Candidate Cybersecurity Certification Scheme
The EUCC Candidate Scheme for ICT Products, set to replace the SOG-IS, is released today for public feedback.
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File Presentation - Mitrakas
Located in Events / Conference: Towards an EU Cybersecurity Certification Framework for Products and Services
File Presentation - Mouille
Located in Events / Conference: Towards an EU Cybersecurity Certification Framework for Products and Services
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Located in Events / Conference: Towards an EU Cybersecurity Certification Framework for Products and Services
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Report/Study application/x-troff-me Cybersecurity Certification: EUCC Candidate Scheme
Following the request from the European Commission in accordance with Article 48.2 of the Cybersecurity Act, ENISA has set up an Ad Hoc Working Group to support the preparation of a candidate EU cybersecurity certification scheme as a successor to the existing schemes operating under the SOG-IS MRA. This has been named EUCC scheme (Common Criteria based European candidate cybersecurity certification scheme) and it looks into the certification of ICT products cybersecurity, based on the Common Criteria, the Common Methodology for Information Technology Security Evaluation, and corresponding standards, respectively, ISO/IEC 15408 and ISO/IEC 18045.
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