Digital Transformation: Orgalim position on the future Cyber Resilience Act

Published: 29 April 2022

Policies & Issues: Digital Transformation

The rise of cyberattacks and hackings in the economy, and a society that increasingly relies on digital solutions and new technologies to innovate, create the need for a common European solution that can help build cyber resilience and security. In response, the European Commission intends to put forward its Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) proposal in the third quarter of 2022, aiming to establish common standards for cybersecurity products.

Orgalim welcomes the Commission’s initiative and is convinced that a coherent regulatory framework is of the highest importance, especially in the context of the smooth functioning of Europe’s Single Market. We believe that in order for the Act to be workable, effective and meaningful, several elements should be taken into account.

To read our recommendations in full, please download the document above.


Patrik Fritz
Junior Adviser - Digital

Related Position Papers

Digital Transformation: Orgalim position on the Data Act proposal [12 May 2022]

Digital Transformation: Orgalim position on the future Cyber Resilience Act [29 April 2022]

Digital Transformation: Joint industry statement - Digital and semiconductor sectors urge EU leaders to swiftly adopt the EU Chips Act [25 April 2022]

Digital Transformation: Orgalim amendments to the AI Act [9 March 2022]

Ditigal Transformation: Joint industry letter on the NIS2 trilogue negotiations [7 February 2022]

Digital Transformation: Orgalim input to the European Commission consultation on the Data Act [29 June 2021]

Digital Transformation: Position Paper on the European Commission’s proposal for a Directive on measures for a high common level of cybersecurity across the European Union (NIS2) [11 June 2021]

Digital Transformation: Orgalim comments on the Data Governance Act [29 January 2021]

Digital Transformation: Safeguarding data flows - a joint statement from leading European associations on the EDPB “supplementary measures” recommendations [21 December 2020]