Nowadays, most devices are connected to the internet. Electronics such as home appliances, toys, sound systems etc are no longer made to only serve a single function, instead, smart features like internet connections for users to control the products remotely have become the norm. With the technology becoming more common for a wide range of consumers and households, regulations are being implemented to ensure cyber security for the Internet of Things (IoT). Currently, there are a lot of changes in the European Union regarding cyber security for consumer products. New regulation such as ESTI EN 303 645 is addressing organizational policies and product design at an early stage. OAs other cyber security regulations will continue to be established within EU, brands and suppliers must know how they can prepare for the changes. In this webinar you will get an idea on what will change in the coming years, what you have to consider for your products and how to make sure that your product complies with the new regulations.
Adrian holds an electrical engineering degree from the University of Applied Sciences in Köln. With rich experience working in various leading organizations in brands and in the testing industry, Adrian joined QIMA Hansecontrol as Director Electricals for Europe and Asia in 2021. Through working with global brands and manufacturers to inspect and test bicycles, electronics, and e-bikes, Adrian understands the daily challenges importers, retailers, and manufacturers of E-Bikes are facing. Currently, Adrian leads the electrical and electronics team in Europe and Asia to help clients achieve compliance globally.