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China Standardization 2024-03-14

With the advent of spring, we embraced the annual National Standardization Work Conference, which is most concerned by both domestic and international standardization communities. The conference was organized by Standardization Administration of China (SAC) to gather stakeholders from government agencies, associations and technical committees, report the work progress last year and deploy the national standardization work plan this year.

Tian Shihong, Vice Minister of SAMR and Administrator of SAC, delivered the work report, and announced the priorities of national standardization work in 2024, which is presented in the SPOTLIGHT column.

Another annual event took place in Brussels, Belgium in March, which is the 8th Cybersecurity Standardization Conference with the theme of “Fasting evolving landscape of EU legislation: challenges and opportunities for standardization”. It was hosted by ENISA (the EU Agency for Cybersecurity) and the European Standardization Organizations, CEN, CENELEC and ETSI, attracting more than 1,700 participants from Europe and all over the world on site and online.

The conference provided a communication platform for all stakeholders to understand the new legislation better, and discuss the challenges in standardization, how to develop standards for cybersecurity, and how to encourage more enterprises to participate in the process. You can find more details in the SPECIAL REPORT column.

China and Europe have cooperated for many years, not only in the economic and trade areas but also in the standardization field, thanks to the Seconded European Standardization Expert in China (SESEC). The SESEC project has played a crucial role in facilitating the mutual understanding between China and Europe about standards and systems for more than a decade. We interviewed SESEC Director Dr. Betty Xu, who shared her story with standards and how she promoted the communication and cooperation between China and Europe in this area.

Read the March/April issue and find more interesting things in China and Europe!

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