Transition from National to the EUCC Scheme—BSI’s Strategy for Supporting the Product Manufacturers and the ITSEFs during the Transition Phase (S22a)
The provisions defined in the CSA and the subsequent development of European Cybersecurity Certification Schemes introduce diverse requirements that shall be adopted by the product manufacturers, as well as by the ITSEFs in order to comply with the requirements of the newly defined schemes. The transition towards these new schemes invokes various challenges not only in respect to adaptation of the already established processes, but also requires their re-design and re-structure in order to incorporate the novel requirements of the certification frameworks. As a National Cybersecurity Certification Authority (NCCA), one of our primary goals is to ensure well-organized, structured and coordinated transition phase for our partners ‚Äì product manufacturers and ITSEFs. In this talk, we are introducing our strategy on how we plan to support our partners in respect to the transition from the national to the EUCC Scheme. We present the current and planned spectrum of activities we intend to provide as a NCCA in order to ensure a smooth achievement of the attempted goals and successful implementation and operation of the EUCC Scheme.