MEPs adopt the EU Cybersecurity certification scheme for products, processes and services, whilst also expressing their deep concern about Chinese IT in the EU. It establishes the first EU-wide cybersecurity certification scheme to ensure that certified products, processes and services sold in EU countries meet cybersecurity standards.
In a politically exciting year with European Parliament elections in May and a new College of Commissioners in the autumn, Orgalim started 2019 with an updated name and brand identity.
BRE Global Ireland has received confirmation that it has completed the European Union’s process to operate as a Notified Body and a Technical Assessment Body by achieving accreditation from the Irish National Accreditation Board (INAB).
On 23 November, the General Assemblies of the European Standards Organizations CEN and CENELEC approved a plan that secures British Standards Institution's full membership post-Brexit.
A workshop took place this week in Brussels with the target to bring all involved parties on the same page concerning the Construction Product Regulation (CPR).
The ongoing negotiations between the European Parliament and the Council to set up an EU cybersecurity certification framework will have profound implications for the future of Europe’s industrial system, European companies being the first impacted by the final design of the framework.
On Friday October 12th, in the frame of the World Standard day and on the 25th anniversary of the European single market, Euralarm joined the conference ‘Standards meet the future’ organised by CEN/CENELEC , ETSI, EFTA and the European Commission.
European standardisation and research are closely linked. Nevertheless, today they do not interact sufficiently to maximize synergies and benefits with respect to innovation. To bridge this gap between Research, Innovation and Standardisation, the interactive European project 'BRIDGIT 2' invovling Euralarm's partner CEN-CENELEC was created.
"From cybersecurity to standardisation, this collaboration helps us advocate the right policy framework for the future."
"We value Euralarm’s close relationship with the European Institutions and its leading role in standardisation, particulalrly in European minimum quality services and professional qualification."
"WAGNER decided to permanently engage in Euralarm’s activities with special respect to matters of fire safety, contributing to reduce trade barriers and to enhance competitiveness and harmonisation of the European market."
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