When: 21 January 2019 - from 09:00 to 17:30
Where: Crowne Plaza Hotel - Le Palace Brussels, Rue Gineste 3, 1210 Brussels - Belgium [map]
For whom: policy makers, industry, research, standardization organizations, certification organizations and those involved in the development of the ICT certification framework in Europe, in view of an effective implementation of the Cybersecurity Act upon its adoption.
Registration: registration is free of charge - but registration is mandatory. The Conference is now fully booked!
Programme: check out the outline of the programme
Contact: Constant Kohler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The draft “EU Cybersecurity Act”, proposed one year ago, intends to establish a European cybersecurity certification framework for ICT products, services and processes. Standardisation will play an important role in the new framework. It is therefore crucial for all stakeholders (standardizers, policy makers, industry) to check where we stand today.
The conference will discuss the remaining challenges in the standardisation landscape for Cybersecurity in light of the new Act. The consequences for policy makers, industry, citizens, certification bodies, and the European Standardization System will be also covered.
Attendees will have a clearer view on the current standardization activities related to the proposed Act and will be able to contribute to the discussions between policy makers and standardizers on e.g. the following questions:
- What is the role of standardisation towards the draft Cybersecurity Act?
- Where are the ESOs active to support the certifications schemes?
- Which domains should ESOs work on in priority?