Cybersecurity requirements under the EU Radio Equipment Directive

At the end of 2021, the EU Commission published a delegated Regulation to the Radio Equipment Directive (RED), with the aim of improving the cybersecurity of wireless products on the European market. These new requirements will be mandatory from August 2025.

As a manufacturer or importer of connected electrical products in the EU, this means you need to review your CE documentation as well as your product before August 2025. Is the product in its current form compliant? You may need to modify the design? In addition, you will need to update your technical file with proof of compliance.

Familiarize yourself with these new requirements now! In this half-day course, our RED and cybersecurity experts will guide you through:

 • The Global Cyber Security regulations context

• The current RED and announced updates

• The route to compliance

• We clarify when you need to use NB (Notified Body)

• Overview of available standards

  • ETSI EN 303 645
  • IEC 62443-4-2
  • Draft prEN 18031-1
  • Draft prEN 18031-2
  • Draft prEN 18031-3

• Principle descriptions for conformity

• Recommended Way Forward


Course objectives:
After the course you will be well acquainted with the new cybersecurity requirements in RED and the steps you can need to assure compliance.


Who should take the course?
This course is mainly aimed at those working with development and regulatory compliance of connected products. In addition, it may be useful for quality managers or regulatory affairs professionals. 


We recommend you have basic knowledge of RED.


Anders G Svensson, Intertek RED NB
Joakim Mark, Common Criteria Lab Manager 


Previous knowledge:
We recommend basic knowledge of RED

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