Digital Transformation: Orgalim’s position on the Cyber Resilience Act

Published: 5 April 2023

Policies & Issues: Digital Transformation

The pace at which products with digital elements are being developed is truly astounding. Currently, it would be no understatement to say that the number of these types of products can be counted in the millions. They range from automobiles to toys, from industrial to home appliance products, and the list continues to grow. This means that today we can find such products practically anywhere. However, with the proliferation of products with digital elements and digitalisation, the susceptibility to cyber threats by malicious actors also increases.

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Authors

Fritz
Patrik Fritz
Adviser - Digital

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