European CRA Amended in Response to Open Source Community Input

SparkFabrik highlights the European Union's (EU) proactive stance towards cybersecurity regulation, notably with introducing the amended Cyber Resilience Act (CRA), considering concerns from the open source community and emphasizing the exclusion of open source projects, communities, and platforms. The amended legislation introduces the concept of an "open source steward" and extends the implementation phase to early 2027. 

In response to input from the open-source community, the CRA embodies principles of transparency, accountability, and collaboration, promoting the adoption of open-source solutions in cybersecurity and reflecting a recognition of the value of diverse perspectives in effective cybersecurity policies. The article's details are attributed to the SparkFabrik Team.  

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