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Reference
COM(2017)477
Type
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Proposal for a REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on ENISA, the "EU Cybersecurity Agency", and repealing Regulation (EU) 526/2013, and on Information and Communication Technology cybersecurity certification (''Cybersecurity Act'')

Department
Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology
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13 September 2017 - 6 December 2017
Feedback status: Closed

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  • OpenForum Europe (United Kingdom)
    6 December 2017 Business association

    OpenForum Europe (United Kingdom)

    OpenForum Europe (OFE) welcomes the ongoing debate about cybersecurity at the EU policy level. Cybersecurity is of utmost importance for digitisation, for the Digital Single Market and for the societal acceptance of digital transformations and the uptake of new technologies in general. However, OFE has concerns about the European Commission’s proposal for a Cybersecurity Act, specifically with the approach taken in the second part (Article 42...

  • Destrier Law Firm (Poland)
    6 December 2017 Company/business organisation

    Destrier Law Firm (Poland)

    Please find attached Destrier Law Firm (Poland) feedback on the European Commission’s proposal for a Regulation on Information and Communication Technology (“ICT”) Cybersecurity Certification. The position also sums up comments and opinions on the proposal gathered among entrepreneurs operating on the ICT market (Masovia Cluster ICT). Please do not hesitate to contact us on any related matter (office@destrier.pl).

  • Anonymous (Germany)
    6 December 2017 Company/business organisation

    Anonymous (Germany)

    Please see attached position paper for detailed feedback,

  • LEET Security (Spain)
    6 December 2017 Company/business organisation

    LEET Security (Spain)

    LEET Security | ICT Security Rating Agency, the first rating agency in Europe working on labeling cyber security in services, welcomes the opportunity to provide its views on the European Commission’s proposal for Regulation on ICT Cybersecurity Certification. Please find our comments on the attached document.

  • IBM Corporation (United Kingdom)
    6 December 2017 Company/business organisation

    IBM Corporation (United Kingdom)

    Feedback is hereby provided on the proposal for a European Cyber Security Certification Framework within the proposed Cyber Security Act. Proper process: IBM supports the notion of security certification, which is a well-established practice and can work effectively when they are developed in the correct manner. We strongly believe they should rely on International Standards (for example ISO 27001). Such standards may, if needed, be...

  • French Insurance Federation (France)
    6 December 2017 Business association

    French Insurance Federation (France)

    The French Insurance Federation (FFA) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the cybersecurity package. The insurance industry is closely following the developments related to cybersecurity at EU level, in particular with regards to the increasing extent of cyberattacks and their impact. Insurers play an essential role in terms of risk mitigation and prevention, the latter being a key element of risk transfer to insurers. FFA welcomes this new...

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