SGS Experts Summarize the Cybersecurity Regulatory Landscape

SGS, the world’s leading testing, inspection and certification company, has published a Consumer Compact article looking at the topic of cybersecurity and answers the question, will 2024 be the year regulations finally match the threat?

The world is now more connected than ever, and this trend is set to continue. However, cyberattacks are also on the increase, with one report finding a 38% increase between 2021 and 2022. Businesses are now responding, making cybersecurity a priority and actively looking for security credentials when buying IoT products. 68% also believed regulations would drive consumer trust.

SGS’s Consumer Compact article looks at the increasing importance of IoT in our daily lives, the threat of cyberattacks, and the regulations and solutions that will deliver safe, compliant products to regulated markets. It contains more details on the statistics surrounding trends in the cybersecurity market as well as the services offered by SGS Brightsight.

Read the original Consumer Compact article, ‘Will 2024 be the Year Cybersecurity Regulations Finally Match the Threat?

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SGS offers a comprehensive range of training, product design review, evaluation and certification solutions to help product manufacturers and suppliers demonstrate their product’s cybersecurity. They can assess all products against required standards, including NIST, RED and CLS, and as a Notified Body, issue EU-type certification for products destined for European markets to show compliance with RED 3.3 (d), (e) and (f).

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