This week, European lawmakers will begin negotiations on the first set of compromise text for the proposed EU Cyber Resilience Act. The areas being discussed include manufacturers' obligations, reporting, compliance and enforcement. The scope of the proposal has been extended to cover products with digital elements that can directly or indirectly connect to a device or network. However, connected devices developed for the defense sector, or those with national security or military purposes, have been excluded.
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