IoT soon to be subject to the Cyber Resilience Act

By 2021, the European Commission has estimated the annual global cost of cybercrime at 5,500 billion euros.

By 2025, tens of billions of connected objects will be on the market: popular amongst consumers, they nonetheless represent a major risk in terms of the data they gather. Ensuring their security has become a major concern for the EU.

The IoT will soon be subject to the Cyber Resilience Act (CRA), a European law laying down cybersecurity requirements for connected objects offered for sale on the European market.

What does the CRA specify? How will manufacturers of connected objects have to ensure compliance? Magazine EDI – Essentiel de la Distribution IT interviewed Pauline MENDIELA, Senior Consultant at Finegan, on the changes to come.

Read the article, on page 107.



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