SGS Helps Manufacturers with Cybersecurity Compliance Solutions for IoT Products

SGS, the world’s leading testing, inspection and certification company, has published a Consumer Compact article looking at the new European Union (EU) Radio Equipment Directive (RED) cybersecurity requirements and the importance of being able to demonstrate compliance with recognized standards to increase market share.

EU RED cybersecurity requirements will become mandatory on August 1, 2024. With the global internet of things (IoT) market expected to be worth USD 153.8 billion by 2028, how can manufacturers and suppliers demonstrate compliance in an increasingly regulated market environment?

SGS’s Consumer Compact article looks at the challenges impacting the market for IoT, the cybersecurity provisions in RED and effective solutions to help businesses demonstrate compliance while reducing risk and building market share.

Read the original Consumer Compact article, ‘Finding the Best Way to Demonstrate Compliance with Cybersecurity Regulations’.

SGS solution
The SGS Cybersecurity Product Certification Mark demonstrates the adoption of best practice by manufacturers. It can be applied to a wide range of IoT products, from smart speakers and printers to equipment used in medical, automotive and industrial settings, with an assessment that process can include self-declaration, vulnerability scans, conformance testing, compliance evaluations and/or in-depth testing.

The SGS Cybersecurity Product Certification Mark helps manufacturers build trust in their products and empowers competitive advantage in global markets.

Learn more about the SGS Cybersecurity Product Mark.

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