With the 2020 Cybersecurity strategy, Europe has placed an advanced cybersecurity and privacy framework at the heart of its digital single market. Standards and certifications are an essential ingredient, enabling consistency among developers and serve as a reliable metric for purchasing security products or systems and creating trust in them.
Standards and certification can shape better cybersecurity, a key market differentiator for companies today. However, with often restricted budgets and resources, Europe’s many SMEs and micro-enterprises need to clearly understand their status, and how and where they can improve their cybersecurity posture quickly by accessing more adoptive methods.
In this webinar we’ll be launching the Cybersecurity Label, created by cyberwatching.eu in collaboration with SGS the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company.
The label represents a consistent and trusted online resource which can help SMEs and micro-enterprises understand key concepts and create a clear path to further action to their journey towards certification landscape and language or improve compliance to regulations.
With presentations on the importance of standards and certification from the European Commission, key policy makers and SMEs themselves, we’ll hear how certification and standards are essential for any business in Europe.
New technologies, such as AI and Blockchain, are pushing the boundaries of existing privacy regulations, so we’ll also discuss how Europe’s Research and Innovation community is addressing the issue head on in a number of vertical sectors. Finally, we’ll also hear how Europe is funding the active participation of Europeans in improving and creating new cybersecurity standards.
Click this link to register and see the exciting agenda.
Cybersecurity, standards, certifications, Cybersecurity Label, privacy, digital single market