The SCCG will have the responsibility to advise the European Commission and ENISA on strategic issues concerning cybersecurity certification, while assisting the Commission in preparing the Union Rolling Work Programme.
Our CEO, Antonio Ramos, has been selected by the European Commission, as representative of our company, to be a member of the Stakeholder Cybersecurity Certification Group (SCCG). It is a great opportunity to contribute to the activities and role of the SCCG, which aims to overcome the current fragmentation of the European market, by supporting actions towards a harmonized model of the European Cybersecurity Certification Framework.
The Stakeholder Cybersecurity Certification Group has been launched under the Cybersecurity Act and will help the European Commission and ENISA to facilitate consultations with relevant stakeholders. To do so, the group will have several functions, including:
a.- advising the Commission on strategic issues concerning the European Cybersecurity Certification Framework;
b.- advising ENISA on general and strategic matters concerning its tasks in cybersecurity certification, market & standardisation;
c.- assisting the Commission in preparing the Union Rolling Work Programme to identify strategic priorities for future European Cybersecurity Certification schemes.
The LEET Security rating system, recognized by the European Agency for Network and Information Security, and registered as a trust mechanism in the National Institute of Cybersecurity (INCIBE), has been the first implementation of the recommendation of the Cybersecurity Strategy of the EU, to create ICT security labeling systems.
This participation will allow us to continue showing the value of the qualification in the cybersecurity market thanks to the transparency, objectivity and labeling of the levels of cybersecurity capabilities as a way to improve the cybersecurity level of the European industrial ecosystem.
You can find more information about the European Cybersecurity Certification Framework, at this link
For more information on the SCCG, click on this link
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