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Cyber security – regulations and sanctions.

  • Past event
Past event
This event was held on 22.11.2023. View all upcoming events.

By the end of 2023, the EU is expected to have all the legislation governing the cyber security of products and entities in place. The RED Delegated Acts, the General Product Safety Directive and the Machinery Directive are already in force, and the EU is finalizing the legislative process for the Artificial Intelligence Act, the Cyber Resilience Act and the Product Liability Directive. The hEN drafts for the Radio Equipment Directive delegated acts are currently being analysed by national standardization organisations and are of particular interest to all equipment manufacturers and related supply chains, as it is likely that hEN will be used again in the Cyber Resilience Act.
In this webinar, Tomasz Badowski provides an update on cyber security regulations affecting the development and use of IoT devices and digital services.


  • Why the cyber security of entities and products is regulated
  • A roadmap of cyber security regulation in the EU from 2023 to 2027 for entities and products
  • NIS2 Directive
  • General Product Safety Directive
  • Product Liability Directive
  • Delegated implementing act RED, article 3(3) def
  • Machinery Directive
  • Artificial Intelligence Act
  • Cyber Resilience Act
  • EU cyber security compliance certification
  • Draft hEN standards for delegated acts Radio Equipment Directive, article 3(3) def
  • Content review prEN 18031-1, -2 and -3
  • Impact of the prEN 18031 series of standards on the development process for wireless IoT devices
  • Definition of the process for the development of safe products with cycle life according to Etteplan IEC 62443-4-1 and certification of the process
  • Experiences, new service offerings and next steps

Event will be in Polish.