ENISA work in the area of standardisation                     

ENISA work in the area of standardisation

In the field of promoting a Single Market for Cybersecurity products, the Cybersecurity strategy underlines the importance of the ETSI, CEN CENELEC and ENISA, by stating: ‘the Commission will support the development of security standards’; ‘Such work should build on the on-going standardisation work of the European Standardisation Organisations (CEN, CENELEC and ETSI), of the Cybersecurity Coordination Group (CSCG) as well as on the expertise of ENISA, the Commission and other relevant players’.

ENISA has launched collaboration with the Standard Developing Organisations (SDOs), namely:

  • ISO SC27 (Liaison)
  • ETSI (Memorandum of Understanding)
  • CEN CENELEC (Collaboration agreement)

Among them, the Agency works with specific standardisation committees, such as CEN CENELEC JTC13, ETSI ESI, ETSI TC CYBER.

TC CYBER mainly works on cross-domain cybersecurity, whilst covering more specific areas, security tools and techniques, if they are not addressed by other ETSI groups, based on TC CYBER Work Programme. The list of published deliverables on cybersecurity can be found on the ETSI website.

ENISA in cooperation with ETSI and CEN CELENEC has worked on multiple studies, available under Publications.

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