The EU Cyber Security Act entered into force on 27th June 2019. The Cyber Security Act establishes a cyber security certification framework under which EU-wide cyber security certification schemes will be developed and implemented in future.
The UK is committed to maintaining a close relationship with the EU on cyber security following our departure from the EU, and will seek to cooperate on approaches to cyber security certification with the EU. The UK will therefore seek to enter into negotiations with the EU on mutual recognition arrangements, where it seems reasonable to do so and subject to agreement with the EU.
Call for views
Further detail can be found in the Call for Views document.
The Government is seeking views on the proposed approach. We would welcome views and any supporting evidence on this proposal.
How to respond
Email responses can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal responses can be sent to:
EU Cyber Security Team (4/48)
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
100 Parliament Street
When providing your response, please also provide contact details as we may seek further information or clarification of your views. A summary of responses may be published after the consultation closing date on the Department’s website.
The closing date for responses is 8th October.