On Monday 25 March, Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, will be in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria in order to participate in a Citizens’ Dialogue that will take place in South West University ”Neofit Rilski”, from 11.00 to 12.00 (local time). The discussion will focus on how to improve digital education and skills across Europe, in particular how to support young people, teachers, professors and all involved in the educational process to better adapt for life and work in the digital age. (For more information: Nathalie Vandystadt – Tel.: +32 229 67083; Marietta Grammenou- Tel.: +32 229 83583)
Update: the voting sheets on the 2nd and 3rd batches have been published.
The Committee is being consulted from 15th-20th March on 3 batches.
The Conference will offer the opportunity to discuss the preliminary results of the Expert Group on Monitoring and Assessment of RFCS, the Research Fund for Coal and Steel. Stakeholders will also have the possibility to give their opinions on these results.
The Cybersecurity Act was adopted by the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs). This new EU Regulation gives ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, a permanent mandate and strengthens its role. The Act also establishes an EU framework for cybersecurity certification, boosting the cybersecurity of digital products and services in Europe.
“Today’s event is not only well timed, it is also well planned to address all three dimensions of our European cybersecurity policy agenda and thus the whole breadth of ENISA’s work.”
The Commission welcomes the political agreement reached by the European Parliament and Member States on the core elements of the reform of the European supervision in the areas of EU financial markets including when it comes to anti-money laundering. This is an important step to achieve the Capital Markets Union’s objective to ensure stronger, safer and more integrated financial markets to the benefit of European consumers, investors and businesses.