Prepare for the EU Machinery Regulation

The new EU Machinery Regulation is coming. Are you a manufacturer? We can help you reach compliance.

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Securing machinery: New EU Regulation

The new EU Machinery Regulation sets out safety and security requirements for machinery placed on the market within the EU. It also includes cybersecurity requirements. This regulation will replace the existing Machinery Directive from 2027. We can help you comply with this new regulation. Our services use the IEC 62443 standards as a guideline.


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Using IEC 62443 to reach compliance

How to begin compliance with the Machinery Regulation? The best starting point is to use the technical specification IEC/TS 63074:2023 as guidance. It focuses on the safety and security of machinery. This document is part of the broader IEC 62443 series, which addresses industrial and automation system security. Our experts have extensive knowledge of these standards.

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Anna Prudnikova

Manager Secura International


Now is the time to start preparing for the new EU Machinery Regulation. It will come into force by the end of 2026: in the machinery industry that might as well be tomorrow.

Machinery Regulation services


Machinery Regulation Cybersecurity Training

The Machinery Regulation introduces high level cybersecurity requirements related to cybersecurity. To make those requirements more tangible we link them to the guidance provided in IEC 62443 series of standards. You can expect tailored trainings, combining theoretical knowledge and practical advice, with exercises and cases studies.


Machinery Regulation Cybersecurity Gap Assessment

To reach compliance with the Machinery Regulation, you need to know how your existing controls or processes relate to the regulation. To help you gain this insight, we can conduct a Gap Assessment, again using IEC 62443-3-3 and IEC/TS 63074 as guidance.


Consultancy for Addressing Gaps

Based on the results of the Gap Assessment you can expect different consultancy services to help you bridge any gaps in terms of cybersecurity that were found.

  • We can help you create a clear roadmap that details specific actions and timelines to close identified security and compliance gaps.
  • You can ask us to perform Threat and Risk Assessments for your machinery. These can help you identify realistic cybersecurity attack scenarios.
  • Testing is essential to ensure that your machinery is secure. We have broad expertise in offensive security and can support you with Vulnerability Assessments and Penetration Testing.


Conformity Assessments / Certification support

Within the Bureau Veritas Group we can provide you with Conformity Assessments for machinery users, or with Certification based on Machinery Regulation for machinery manufacturers. Bureau Veritas is a Notified Body for the current Machinery Directive, this will be further extended to cover Machinery Regulation.


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Secura is a leading cybersecurity expert. Our customers range from government and healthcare to finance and industry worldwide. Secura offers technical services, such as vulnerability assessments, penetration testing and red teaming. We also provide certification for IoT and industrial environments, as well as audits, forensic services and awareness training. Our goal is to raise your cyber resilience.

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