ENISA releases the results of a survey on EU ICT Security Certification.
Questions and answers are also available.
Today and tomorrow, 19-20 September, EU energy policy-makers and stakeholders will come together in the Tallinn Creative Hub (Kultuurikatel) to thoroughly discuss the topic of the new structure of the electricity market. On 19 September, the future of the electricity market will be discussed during a conference while the ministers continue with the informal energy ministers meeting on 20 September. As part of these events, the Tallinn e-energy declaration was signed with the aim of digitising the energy market further. Full article…
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) further expands its cooperation in the military field with the signature of a cooperation arrangement with the Luftfahrtamt der Bundeswehr (German Military Aviation Authority – GMAA) on 15 September 2017.
EU Security Union Commissioner Julian King will be in Bucharest, Romania on Monday 18 September to discuss issues related to security, in particular information exchange and cybersecurity. During his visit, he will meet Mihai Tudose, Prime Minister of Romania, Minister of Justice Tudorel Toader and Minister of the Interior Carmen Dan. Commissioner King will also visit the Operational Headquarters – Central Management of the Romanian Border Control, which houses the Passenger Name Records (PNR), sea border and land border units, and later will meet with the specialised committees of the Romanian Parliament.(For more information: Natasha Bertaud – Tel.: +32 229 67456; Tove Ernst – Tel.: +32 229 86764; Katarzyna Kolanko – Tel.: +32 299 63444)
Source: European Commission
The agenda includes items concerning energy & climate, environment, digital, transport and general policy. Full article…
In an increasingly digital and interconnected world, defending EU citizens from cyber threats is a top priority for the EU. New proposed measures aim to enhance cooperation for cybersecurity within the EU and globally, boost innovation and invest in awareness and capacity-building. In parallel, the EU and NATO are holding coordinated exercises to test their ability to respond to cyber and hybrid threats.
EU Security Union Commissioner Julian King will be in Tallinn, Estonia tomorrow to deliver the keynote speech at the EU Cybersecurity Conference. The event, entitled ‘Digital Single Market, Common Digital Security 2017’, will focus on the current cyber threat landscape and ways to safeguard the digital single market. Topics for discussion will also include new cyber tools, such as a European Cybersecurity Agency, proposed by President Jean-Claude Juncker in the 2017 State of the Union address. (For more information: Natasha Bertaud – Tel.: +32 229 67456; Tove Ernst – Tel.: +32 229 86764; Katarzyna Kolanko – Tel.: +32 299 63444)
Source: European Commission
Today and tomorrow, 14-15 September, top specialists from Europe will be discussing ways to protect people from cybercriminals in a more efficient manner at the cyber conference: Digital Single Market, Common Digital Security. Topics to be discussed at the conference include cybersecurity capabilities in cyber protection, international cooperation, and making legislation more efficient.
Roundup of all the initiatives, press releases and other documents related to digital policy announced in President Juncker’s State of the Union speech.