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Public Consultation Eurosmart Technical group, ITSC, has developed  a Protection Profile for Secure Sub-System in System-on-Chip (3S in SOC) Modern System-on-Chip (SoC) products integrate more and more advanced functions, including security. Security Sub-System is also being integrated into the SoC (integrated Secure Element / eUICC). The target is...

Eurosmart has long been advocating for mandatory cybersecurity certification of specific products used by Operators of Essential Services and Digital Service Providers (NIS 1), now called essential and important entities (NIS 2). Cybersecurity certification ensures that products resist a given level of cyber-attacks. Such a...

Much-needed proposal on AI Eurosmart warmly welcomes the proposal for an Artificial Intelligence Act -published on 21 April. The association has been advocating for years for EU requirements for Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems. Eurosmart has particularly stressed the importance of the quality of the datasets and...

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 by...

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 and fast-evolving security threats landscape, it is critical to...

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 recommendations for this document. Eurosmart gives the following recommendations: Clarify the...

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 digitalisation and cyber-threats are constantly on the rise. However,...