Companies could get products like smart medical devices and connected cars certified by the same standards across all European Union member states, under a proposal currently being negotiated.
The EU Cybersecurity Act aims for a single certification scheme for information and communication technology (ICT) devices, on products ranging from video game consoles to fire alarms. Some European countries, however, have their own cybersecurity certification rules, creating potential conflicts within the 28-nation bloc.
The Council of the EU June 8 agreed on its position about the proposal. That allows for future negotiations with the European Parliament. The Council and Parliament will then need to agree on a final text for it to become law.
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