The voice of the Digital Security Industry

With more than 25 years of experience, Eurosmart gathers technological experts in the field of the Digital security

Market & Technological Analysis

Eurosmart provides market analysis and market forecasts related to the area of the digital security. We analyse the critical technologies enabling EU's digital sovereignty.

Advocacy

Eurosmart advocates for an increase in the security level of digital interactions in Europe and wold-wide. We promote “security by design” and “security by default” principles towards the policy makers.

Technical contributions

Eurosmart provides its expertise and contributes to several fora, consortia, european and internatiolan standardisation organisations. We also are committed in several EU expert groups and European Public-Private partnerships.

  • It is quite common to talk about (and lament) the EU lagging behind international competitors in the race for AI technologies. It is far less common to advocate for the creation of an AI Competence Centre in Europe. This is the ambitious stance taken...

  • Context The number of vulnerable devices on the market has resulted in an increased need for trust. Many new security standards, evaluations and certifications are flourishing, all with different levels of assurance. In this highly competitive market...

  • ETSI TC ESI is currently drafting a technical specification on “Security and policy requirements for trust service components providing identity proofing for trust services subjects” (TS 119 461 V005). In this context, Eurosmart decided to draft reco...

  • End-to-end encryption has become widespread with numerous messaging apps and platforms adopting this encryption method. This technology provides a high level of privacy for communications between citizens, critical infrastructures, industries, and go...

  • First-year anniversary of the EU Cybersecurity Act This week marks the first-year anniversary of the Cybersecurity Act. Philippe Proust, President of Eurosmart, highlights that “the Cybersecurity Act is a significant step towards a more cyber-r...

  • COVID-19 General disclaimer Due to the uncertainty that COVID-19 crisis brought to the global economy, the consumer demand and the industry dynamics, along with the limited view we had of its impacts as of April 2020, forecast figures at the time of ...

  • It is quite common to talk about (and lament) the EU lagging behind international competitors in the race for AI technologies. It is far less common to advocate for the creation of an AI Competence Centre in Europe. This is the ambitious stance taken...

  • Recommendations for NIS 2 and the EU proposal on critical entities During the past few years, the EU discussion on critical entities has been focused on cybersecurity. There are good reasons for this: critical entities increasingly rely on digitalisa...

  • Context The European Commission will soon present a proposal for a European Digital Identity (EUid). Different options are currently envisaged. One of these options is to create a new trust service, pursuant to the eIDAS Regulation, for (private) ele...

  • Context The number of vulnerable devices on the market has resulted in an increased need for trust. Many new security standards, evaluations and certifications are flourishing, all with different levels of assurance. In this highly competitive market...

  • ETSI TC ESI is currently drafting a technical specification on “Security and policy requirements for trust service components providing identity proofing for trust services subjects” (TS 119 461 V005). In this context, Eurosmart decided to draft reco...

  • Document Overview: This document defines a series of additional elements of the security problem definition, security objectives, and security functional requirements (SFRs), to support those architectures of Security ICs according to [1] that use an...

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Secure element’s

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2020-2021

Despite COVID-19, Eurosmart confirms the resilience of worldwide shipment of secure elements

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2021 CyberAct Conference

Join the Global Forum on the Changing Future of Cross-Border Certification The 2021 International Conference on the EU Cybersecurity Act has been developed to help standards community prepare for the evolution of risk-based frameworks meant to address market fragmentation in the EU. The Cybersecurity Act...

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