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EU Common Criteria for IT Security Vulnerabilities: Halving the Effort for Impact Assessment through Automation

The European Cybersecurity Scheme on Common Criteria (EUCC) is the first systematic approach to cybersecurity certification. The criteria for the certification scheme have been drafted by the European Union Agency for Cyber Security (ENISA) and now need to be implemented in the member states – the necessary implementing legislation has recently been published.

Complying With the EU’s EMC Directive Without 3rd Party Testing

Many manufacturers believe that third-party testing is required to meet the requirements of the EU’s EMC Directive. But there are other, legally acceptable paths to demonstrate compliance with the EMC Directive that do not require the use of a third party.

EU Commission Updates Harmonized Standards List for Medical Laboratories’ Accreditation

The Commission of the European Union (EU) has updated the list of harmonized standards used in the process of accrediting laboratories involved in the development or assessment of medical devices.

EU Commission Issues Regulations for Cybersecurity Certification Scheme (EUCC)

The EU Commission has published detailed regulations for the cybersecurity certification of certain products, taking the next step in implementing an EU-wide cybersecurity certification scheme.

U.S. and EU Sign Joint Cybersafe Products Action Plan

The U.S. and the European Union have signed an agreement to work collaboratively to strengthen the cybersecurity of IoT-capable hardware and software products used by consumers.
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EU Commission Proposes More Time for Compliance with IVDR

The Commission of the European Union (EU) has proposed providing manufacturers of certain medical...

Energy-Related Products and Resource Efficiency Requirements

This article reflects on the recent drafting of a European circular product standard, the publication of EN4555X material efficiency standards, and some specific international and national standards. This standardization activity is spearheading thinking on resource efficiency, and the requirements of these standards could soon find their way into future EU ecodesign laws.

EU Commission Proposes “One Substance, One Assessment” Strategy for Chemical Assessments

The Commission of the European Union (EU) has recently adopted three separate legislative proposals...

EU Moves One-Step Closer Toward Regulation of AI

The goal line is in sight for legislators in the European Union (EU) in...

MedTech Europe Offers Its Vision for the Future of MedTech Regulations

A consortium of medical technology companies in the European Union (EU) has published a...
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