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ТК-57

Information and communication technology

Active

Main committee

Камен Владимиров Рангелов

Pola Velinova

+359 2 817 4548

polya.velinova@bds-bg.org

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

Public documents

Scope

Personal identification; electronic signature and cards and their related systems and operations; AIDC technologies; Information and Communication Technologies for Learning Education and Training; Mains communicating systems; Safety of electronic equipment within the fields of Audio/Video, Information Technology and Communication Technology; Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES); Coded character sets, Telecommunications and information exchange between systems; Software and systems engineering; Cards and personal identification; Programming languages, their environments and system software interfaces; Digitally Recorded Media for Information Interchange and Storage; Interconnection of information technology equipment; IT Security techniques, Office equipment; Coding of audio, picture, multimedia and hypermedia information; Automatic identification and data capture techniques; Data management and interchange; Document description and processing languages; User interfaces; Electrotechnical aspects of telecommunication equipment; Database and electronic communications; Telecommunication

Facts and digits

42

New projects

2599

Published standards

0

Meetings

20

Members

Relation to mirrors committee

This BDS/TC is a mirror of the following European and international technical committees

CEN/TC 224

Personal identification and related personal devices with secure element, systems, operations and privacy in a multi sectorial environment


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 224

Personal identification and related personal devices with secure element, systems, operations and privacy in a multi sectorial environment

The development of standards for strengthening the interoperability and security of personal identification and its related personal devices, systems, operations and privacy in a multi sectorial environment. It covers: - Operations such as applications and services like electronic identification, electronic signature, payment and charging, access and border control; - Personal devices with secure elements independently of their form factor, such as cards, mobile devices, and their related interfaces; - Security services including authentication, confidentiality, integrity, biometrics, protection of personal and sensitive data; - System components such as accepting devices, servers, cryptographic modules; CEN/TC 224 multi-sectorial environment involves sectors such as Government/Citizen, Transport, Banking, e-Health, as well as Consumers and providers from the supply side such as card manufacturers, security technology, conformity assessment body, software manufacturers.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 225

AIDC technologies


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 225

AIDC technologies

Standardization of data carriers for automatic identification and data capture, of the data element architecture therefore, of the necessary test specifications and of technical features for the harmonization of cross-sector applications. Establishment of an appropriate system of registration authorities, and of means to ensure the necessary maintenance of standards.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 353

Information and Communication Technologies for Learning, Education and Training


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 353

Information and Communication Technologies for Learning, Education and Training

Produce standards in the field of information and communication technologies relating to learning, education and training. The European Standards (EN), Technical Specifications (TS) and Technical Reports (TR) that are developed will have a well-defined European scope. These may include: - Development of CWAs and other specifications into standards, if appropriate - Developments of national standards into European Standards


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 304

Information and communications technologies - European localization requirements


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 304

Information and communications technologies - European localization requirements

Standardization in the field of Information and Communications Technologies, to ensure that European localization requirements can be satisfied. Localization in this context means the provision of software and hardware support adapted to local linguistic and cultural needs in Europe.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/CLC/ETSI/SMCG

CEN-CENELEC-ETSI Coordination Group on Smart Meters


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/CLC/ETSI/SMCG

CEN-CENELEC-ETSI Coordination Group on Smart Meters


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 428

ICT Professionalism and Digital Competences


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 428

ICT Professionalism and Digital Competences

CEN TC 428 is responsible for all aspects of standardization related to maturing the ICT Profession in all sectors, public and private. This includes, at a minimum, activity related to four major building blocks of ICT Professionalism: (1) competences (standardization of a common language of digital and ICT Professional competences, skills and knowledge applied in all domains), (2) education and certification, (3) Code of Ethics and (4) Body of Knowledge (BoK). The main areas of standardization where CEN TC 428 will develop its activity are as follows: * Definition, maintenance and evolution of digital Professional competences in all sectors, always looking at current business adoption and new emerging technologies and trends as they become relevant to the ICT profession as a whole (e.g. security, fintech, cloud, blockchain) * Interaction with different frameworks * Curricula guidance * ICT Professional Role Profiles * Guidance for assessing the published standards * Body of Knowledge (BoK) for ICT * Development of an education and certification model related to e-CF, * Developing a sustainable code of ethics in the ever-changing ICT world. All conceptual developments shall be consistent and interrelated.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/WS ICT

ICT/SKILLS Workshop (IT profiles and curricula)


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/WS ICT

ICT/SKILLS Workshop (IT profiles and curricula)


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/CLC/ETSI/JWG eAcc

eAccessibility


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/CLC/ETSI/JWG eAcc

eAccessibility


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/SS F12

Information Processing Systems


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/SS F12

Information Processing Systems


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/CLC/JTC 13

Cybersecurity and Data Protection


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/CLC/JTC 13

Cybersecurity and Data Protection

Development of standards for cybersecurity and data protection covering all aspects of the evolving information society including but not limited to: - Management systems, frameworks, methodologies - Data protection and privacy - Services and products evaluation standards suitable for security assessment for large companies and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) - Competence requirements for cybersecurity and data protection - Security requirements, services, techniques and guidelines for ICT systems, services, networks and devices, including smart objects and distributed computing devices Included in the scope is the identification and possible adoption of documents already published or under development by ISO/IEC JTC 1and other SDOs and international bodies such as ISO, IEC, ITU-T, and industrial fora. Where not being developed by other SDO's, the development of cybersecurity and data protection CEN/CENELEC publications for safeguarding information such as organizational frameworks, management systems, techniques, guidelines, and products and services, including those in support of the EU Digital Single Market.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 365

Internet Filtering


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 365

Internet Filtering


Originator: CEN

P member

CLC/SC 205A

Mains communicating systems


Originator: CENELEC
P member

CLC/SC 205A

Mains communicating systems

To prepare harmonized standards for communication systems using electricity supply lines or the wiring of buildings as a transmission medium and using frequencies above 3 kHz. This includes the allocation of frequency bands for signal transmissions on the mains


Originator: CENELEC

P member

CLC/TC 108X

Safety of electronic equipment within the fields of Audio/Video, Information Technology and Communication Technology


Originator: CENELEC
P member

CLC/TC 108X

Safety of electronic equipment within the fields of Audio/Video, Information Technology and Communication Technology

- To deal with the adoption in CENELEC of technical work of IEC/TC 108 and to coordinate the work with other technical bodies at European level e.g. ETSI. To make own standards where a particular need arises. NOTE The field of application of IEC/TC 108 is as follows: Standardization in the field of safety for audio/video and similar technology, information technology and communication technology equipment. - To ensure that any deviation from the IEC standards, such as common modifications, special national conditions and A-deviations, is only in response to a clear and justifiable European need, such as European and national legislative needs. - To resolve application questions e.g. raised by CCA Operational Staff Meetings relative to standards within the responsibility of CLC/TC 108X. -To keep IEC/TC 108 informed of European requirements so that they may be considered for inclusion in IEC standards within the responsibility of IEC/TC 108.


Originator: CENELEC

P member

CLC/TC 205

Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES)


Originator: CENELEC
P member

CLC/TC 205

Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES)

To prepare standards for all aspects of home and building electronic systems in relation to the Information Society. In more detail: To prepare standards to ensure integration of a wide spectrum of control applications and the control and management aspects of other applications in and around homes and buildings, including the gateways to different transmission media and public networks taking into account all matters of EMC and electrical and functional safety. TC 205 will not prepare device standards but the necessary performance requirements and necessary hardware and software interfaces. The standards should specify conformity tests. TC 205 will perform the work in close co-operation with relevant CENELEC TCs and those in CEN and ETSI.


Originator: CENELEC

P member

CLC/TC 215

Electrotechnical aspects of telecommunication equipment


Originator: CENELEC
P member

CLC/TC 215

Electrotechnical aspects of telecommunication equipment

- To address standardization in the field of electrotechnical aspects of telecommunication equipment and associated infrastructures and liaise with other standardization bodies as appropriate. - To prepare harmonized standards (EN, TS or TR) covering all aspects of generic and application-specific telecommunications cabling (e.g. ISDN, LAN and others) within all types of premises. - These documents also cover the requirements and recommendations for building infrastructures related to the effective installation and operation of associated telecommunication equipment by reference to the existing or forthcoming standards provided by the relevant committees or using technical inputs from them. - To provide contributions to ETSI standards (EN and/or other deliverables) in areas related to those detailed above. - To serve as a mediator in those cases where in accordance with the CENELEC-ETSI-Agreement ETSI indicates to CENELEC the need of standardization activities (EN/TS/TR or contributions to ETSI deliverables) of electrotechnical aspects related to its work. - Identification of the appropriate TC within CENELEC, thereby providing proper assignment of the technical work to the responsible group of experts. - Where an appropriate TC within CENELEC cannot be identified, TC 215 may decide to establish a Working Group to resolve a specific task. - To review international standardization results of ISO/IEC JTC 1 as far as telecommunication equipment with respect to Customer Premises Cabling and Energy Efficient Data Centres are concerned. This includes coordination of harmonization and assignment to the responsible organisation in close cooperation with CEN bearing in mind JTC 1 being a joint ISO/IEC-Committee.


Originator: CENELEC

P member

CEN/CLC/ETSI/SMCG

CEN-CENELEC-ETSI Coordination Group on Smart Meters


Originator: CENELEC
O member

CEN/CLC/ETSI/SMCG

CEN-CENELEC-ETSI Coordination Group on Smart Meters


Originator: CENELEC

O member

CEN/CLC/ETSI/JWG eAcc

eAccessibility


Originator: CENELEC
O member

CEN/CLC/ETSI/JWG eAcc

eAccessibility


Originator: CENELEC

O member

CEN/SS F12

Information Processing Systems


Originator: CENELEC
O member

CEN/SS F12

Information Processing Systems


Originator: CENELEC

O member

CEN/CLC/JTC 13

Cybersecurity and Data Protection


Originator: CENELEC
O member

CEN/CLC/JTC 13

Cybersecurity and Data Protection

Development of standards for cybersecurity and data protection covering all aspects of the evolving information society including but not limited to: - Management systems, frameworks, methodologies - Data protection and privacy - Services and products evaluation standards suitable for security assessment for large companies and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) - Competence requirements for cybersecurity and data protection - Security requirements, services, techniques and guidelines for ICT systems, services, networks and devices, including smart objects and distributed computing devices Included in the scope is the identification and possible adoption of documents already published or under development by ISO/IEC JTC 1and other SDOs and international bodies such as ISO, IEC, ITU-T, and industrial fora. Where not being developed by other SDO's, the development of cybersecurity and data protection CEN/CENELEC publications for safeguarding information such as organizational frameworks, management systems, techniques, guidelines, and products and services, including those in support of the EU Digital Single Market.


Originator: CENELEC

O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 22

Programming languages, their environments and system software interfaces


Originator: ISO
P member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 22

Programming languages, their environments and system software interfaces

JTC1/SC 22 is the international standardization subcommittee for programming languages, their environments and system software interfaces. SC 22 is oftentimes called the "portability subcommittee".


Originator: ISO

P member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 23

Digitally Recorded Media for Information Interchange and Storage


Originator: ISO
O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 23

Digitally Recorded Media for Information Interchange and Storage

Standardization in the field of removable digital storage media utilizing optical, holographic and magnetic recording technologies, and flash memory technologies for digital information interchange, including; algorithms for the lossless compression of data volume and file structure methods for determining the life expectancy of digital storage media methods for error monitoring of digital storage media


Originator: ISO

O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27

Information security, cybersecurity and privacy protection


Originator: ISO
O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27

Information security, cybersecurity and privacy protection

The development of standards for the protection of information and ICT. This includes generic methods, techniques and guidelines to address both security and privacy aspects, such as: Security requirements capture methodology; Management of information and ICT security; in particular information security management systems, security processes, and security controls and services; Cryptographic and other security mechanisms, including but not limited to mechanisms for protecting the accountability, availability, integrity and confidentiality of information; Security management support documentation including terminology, guidelines as well as procedures for the registration of security components; Security aspects of identity management, biometrics and privacy; Conformance assessment, accreditation and auditing requirements in the area of information security management systems; Security evaluation criteria and methodology. SC 27 engages in active liaison and collaboration with appropriate bodies to ensure the proper development and application of SC 27 standards and technical reports in relevant areas


Originator: ISO

O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34

Document description and processing languages


Originator: ISO
O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34

Document description and processing languages

Standardization in the field of document structures, languages and related facilities for the description and processing of compound and hypermedia documents, including: languages for describing document logical structures and their support facilities languages for describing document-like objects in web environments facilities document processing architecture and formatting for logical documents facilities languages for describing interactive documents facilities multilingual font information interchange and related services facilities final-form document architecture and page information interchange facilities hypermedia document structuring language and application resources facilities API's for document processing


Originator: ISO

O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35

User interfaces


Originator: ISO
O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35

User interfaces

Standardization in the field of user-system interfaces in information and communication technology (ICT) environments and support for these interfaces to serve all users, including people having accessibility or other specific needs, with a priority of meeting the JTC 1 requirements for cultural and linguistic adaptability. This includes: user interface accessibility (requirements, needs, methods, techniques and enablers); cultural and linguistic adaptability and accessibility (such as evaluation of cultural and linguistic adaptability of ICT products, harmonized human language equivalents, localization parameters, voice messaging menus); user interface objects, actions and attributes; methods and technologies for controlling and navigating within systems, devices and applications in visual, auditory, tactile and other sensorial modalities (such as by voice, vision, movement, gestures); symbols, functionality and interactions of user interfaces (such as graphical, tactile and auditory icons, graphical symbols and other user interface elements); visual, auditory, tactile and other sensorial input and output devices and methods in ICT environments (for devices such as keyboards, displays, mice); user interfaces for mobile devices, hand‐held devices and remote interactions.


Originator: ISO

O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 40

IT Service Management and IT Governance


Originator: ISO
O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 40

IT Service Management and IT Governance

Standardization of IT Service Management and IT Governance. Develop standards, tools, frameworks, best practices and related documents for IT Service Management and IT Governance, including areas of IT activity such as audit, digital forensics, governance, risk management, outsourcing, service operations and service maintenance, but excluding subject matter covered under the scope and existing work programs of JTC 1/SC 27 and JTC 1/SC 38. The work will initially cover: Governance of IT, including the development of the ISO/IEC 38500 series standards and related documents. Operational aspects of Governance of IT, including ISO/IEC 30121 Information Technology — Governance of digital forensic risk framework, and interfaces with the management of IT as well as the role of governance in the area of business innovation. All aspects relating to IT service management, including the development of the ISO/IEC 20000 series standards and related documents. All aspects relating to IT-Enabled Services — Business Process Outsourcing, including the development of the ISO/IEC 30105 series standards and related documents.


Originator: ISO

O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1

Information technology


Originator: ISO
O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1

Information technology

Standardization in the field of information technology.


Originator: ISO

O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 22/WG 21

C++


Originator: ISO
O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 22/WG 21

C++


Originator: ISO

O member

ISO/PC 317

Consumer protection: privacy by design for consumer goods and services


Originator: ISO
P member

ISO/PC 317

Consumer protection: privacy by design for consumer goods and services

Standardization in the field of consumer protection: privacy by design for consumer goods and services


Originator: ISO

P member

TC 108

Safety of electronic equipment within the field of audio/video, information technology and communication technology


Originator: IEC
O member

TC 108

Safety of electronic equipment within the field of audio/video, information technology and communication technology

Standardization in the field of safety for audio/video and similar technology, information technology and communication technology equipment.<br /> <br /> Horizontal safety function: Methods of measuring touch current and protective conductor current (IEC 60990) This includes, for various types of equipment, methods of measurement of touch current with regard to physiological effects and of protective conductor current for installation purposes. The methods of measurement consider both normal conditions and certain fault conditions. Safety of equipment electrically connected to a telecommunication network (IEC 62151) Group safety function: Audio, video and similar electronic apparatus - Safety requirements (IEC 60065) Audio/video, information and communication technology equipment - Safety - Part 3: Remote power feeding (IEC 62368-3).


Originator: IEC

O member

CLC/TC 205A

Mains communicating systems


Originator: CENELEC
P member

CLC/TC 205A

Mains communicating systems

To prepare harmonized standards for communication systems using the electricity supply lines or the wiring of buildings as a transmission medium and using frequencies above 3 kHz. This includes the allocation of frequency bands for signal transmissions on the mains


Originator: CENELEC

P member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 7

Software and systems engineering


Originator: ISO
O member

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 7

Software and systems engineering

Standardization of processes, supporting tools and supporting technologies for the engineering of software products and systems. Note: The processes, tools and technologies are within the scope of JTC1 terms of references and exclude specific tools and technologies that have been assigned by JTC1 to other of its SC's.


Originator: ISO

O member