The European Commission has adopted the European Cybersecurity Scheme on Common Criteria (EUCC), drafted by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) in coordination with member states. The EUCC is a voluntary scheme that will replace existing national cybersecurity certifications following a transition period. Under the EUCC, ICT suppliers will conduct an assessment process to demonstrate cybersecurity assurance for digital products such as hardware, software, and technological components. The initiative aims to establish EU-wide standards that will help European ICT providers compete in national, EU, and global markets while incentivising suppliers to improve their security measures.
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