The Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU sets out the rules for placing radio equipment on the EU market. Since its publication in 2014 it contains certain essential requirements pending a delegated regulation. The latter has just been published. It implements 3 essential requirements related to the cyber security of radio equipment:
protection against network attacks,
protection of personal data and privacy of users
protection against fraud.
Alarm equipment (fire detection, security, social alarm) for example is concerned.
Benoît Stockbroeckx (Euralarm) will develop during an ANPI webinar the possible impacts in our business sectors.
Register for the ANPI webinar (presentation in English)