@Maria_Dalhage Det är ju mycket svårt att spekulera om och blir ju såklart beroende av den exakta slutgiltiga ordalydelsen. Tittar man i slutet på akten från kommissionen så verkar de ju dock väldigt hoppfulla i sin bedömning av aktens påverkan:
For businesses, it would prevent divergent security rules for products with digital elements and decrease compliance costs for related cybersecurity legislation. It would reduce the number of cyber incidents, incident handling costs and reputational damage.
It would lead to an increased turnover due to uptake of products with digital elements demand. It would improve the companies’ global reputation leading to a demand uptake also outside the EU.
som "motvägs" av:
At the same time, the proposal would add compliance and enforcement costs for businesses, notified bodies and public authorities, including accreditation and market surveillance authorities. For software developers and hardware manufacturers, it will add direct compliance costs for new security requirements, conformity assessment, documentation and reporting obligations, leading to aggregated compliance costs amounting to up to roughly EUR 29 billion for an estimated market value of EUR 1485 billion in turnover. Users, including business users, consumers and citizens may face higher prices of products with digital elements. However, they should be seen against the background of the significant benefits as described above.