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On 19 February, the European Commission released a White Paper on Artificial Intelligence (AI); a set of recommendations to foster both an ecosystem of excellence and an ecosystem of trust. A public consultation on this document has been launched on the same date. Eurosmart...

Extraordinary Communication EUROSMART would like to ensure during the COVID-19 crisis that -where possible- normal service with respect to security certification can be maintained. Certification is an essential part of the industry business: it provides customers with proof point on the security of our products and services. Certification...

An essential step for EU’s Digital Industry Policy Eurosmart welcomes the creation of the European Parliament’s Intergroup on Artificial Intelligence and Digital. This initiative demonstrates the importance of enhancing the EU capabilities in emerging digital domains. Eurosmart is fully supportive of this MEPs’ endeavour, which aims at providing citizens with...

New organisation promotes secure mobile connectivity technologies to facilitate growth of connected objects In line with the continued growth and evolution of the global SIM industry, SIMalliance has opened up its membership beyond traditional SIM vendors in order to extend the scope of its work...

This document presents a mapping of certification schemes selected by Eurosmart that are applicable to IoT (Internet of Things) in Europe. The selection includes national, proprietary certification scheme, security standards, guidelines or framework and they are collectively called 'scheme' in the rest of the document. This...

The European Commission’s draft White Paper on AI has been recently unveiled. The final version of this document should be published in February, hence complying with Ursula von der Leyen’s pledge to present an initiative on AI during the first 100 days of...

On 6 January, the Medical Device Coordination Group (a European Commission’s Expert Group) released a long-awaited guidance on cybersecurity for medical devices. This document follows the publication of similar (draft) guidelines by the French ANSM in July. The 2017 Regulations: essential safety requirements for medical devices Two Regulations (745/2017 and 746/2017) on medical devices were adopted and...

On 3 December, the Council of the EU released its conclusions on the significance of 5G to the European Economy and the need to mitigate security risks linked to 5G. In March 2019, the European Commission published a recommendation on cybersecurity for 5G networks. This document lists actions that need to...