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WG1: Standardisation, Certification and Supply Chain Management WG1: Standardisation, Certification and Supply Chain Management

ECSO supports activities for increased industrial competitiveness. It contributes to activities for pre-standardisation and standardisation and supports the development and use of trusted European certified solutions across the supply chain and the various sectors

  • 11/2020, WG1 - Product Certification Composition Document (download file)
  • 9/2019, WG1 - European Cyber Security Certification: Assessment Options (download file)
  • 12/2017, WG1 MEMBERS - State of the Art Syllabus: Overview of existing Cybersecurity standards and certification schemes v2 (download file)
  • 12/2017, WG1 MEMBERS - European Cyber Security Certification: A Meta-Scheme Approach v1.0. (download file)
  • 6/2017, WG1 MEMBERS - State of the Art Syllabus: Overview of existing Cybersecurity standards and certification schemes (download file)

ECSO in the SCCG (Stakeholder Cybersecurity Certification Group) 

Our WG1 has been particularly active during the COVID-19 period, with ECSO becoming a member of the SCCG end of May. Today, the SCCG is preparing its contribution to the European Commission's Union Rolling Work Programme.

ECSO signing MoU with ETSI

On March 21st 2019 ECSO Secretary General and ETSI Director General officialised the strategic cooperation between our two organisations in the field of standardisation

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ECSO signing MoU with CEN/CENELEC

On November 14th 2018, ECSO Secretary General and CEN CENELEC Director General officialised the strategic cooperation between our two organisations in the field of standardisation

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Through its WG1, ECSO established itself as a fully-fledged European stakeholder in supporting the development of European certification schemes, standards and legislations (member of the SCCG, MoU with ETSI, CEN/CENELEC, collaboration with ENISA and JRC)

ECSO WG1 brings together certifiers, manufacturers, system integrators and service providers to:

  • Understand the challenges of the industry in using standards and certification schemes
  • Understand the needs of the market to identify the gaps in standardisation and propose a roadmap for priorities
  • Define what harmonisation means towards a European cyber security certification framework
  • Focus on the testing and validation of the supply / value chain in Europe

WG1 Co-Chairs

  • Mario Jardim(Schneider Electric)
  • Philippe Jeanmart(Bureau Veritas)
  • Mark Miller(Conceptivity)

SWG 1.1 – Connected Components

Work on the inter-relationship(“composition”) of EU scheme certified components based on standards for trusted supply chain and product certification in line with to the EU Cyber Act.

SWG1.2 –Digital Services and Systems

Understand the systems’ & services’ dependencies, needs and current approaches for risk management and operational aspects

  • Task Force for collaboration at EU level: ETSI and CEN/CENELEC (on standardisation) - MoU signed for definition of priorities for developing EU standards linked to certification;
  • ENISA (on certification);
  • JRC for the IACS (IoT) pilot project;
  • ICT Standardisation Multi-Stakeholder Platform