The Cybersecurity Qualifications as the Prerequisite for the Cybersecurity Certification of Entities
Cybersecurity is one of the key aspects of cyber-governance. There is no way of maintaining an effective state administration without proper cybersecurity measures. A relatively new way of strengthening overall cybersecurity of the Union is the widespread use of the cybersecurity certification. The certification procedures are now primarily focused on products, but that will probably shift in the future. Instead of ever-evolving products, there shall be certification procedures for services, processes and maybe even for the entities themselves. Even though there are no foundations for this idea to evolve yet, the qualification frameworks could possibly present a solution to this predicament, a first step of defining the future schematic requirements. In this article, I present the possible future for the certification systems and emphasize the importance of the qualification frameworks as the prerequisite for the entities-stage of cybersecurity certification.
Table of contents
- 1. Introduction
- 2. The Cybersecurity Act and the Certification Framework
- 3. Winds of change
- 3.1. One step more?
- 4. The Confusion
- 4.1. Qualification Frameworks
- 5. Conclusion
- 6. Acknowledgements
- 7. References
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