A summary of the Committee’s consideration of the draft opinion is now available.
Today, 11 October, a high-level workshop entitled ‘Digital Dividends: Roads to an Inclusive Digital Society’ will be held in Washington and hosted, among others, by the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The workshop will be opened by Märt Kivine, the Estonian Special Representative of the European Union 2018 budget negotiations.
From 31 October to 3 November 2017, ENISA will support the most important European cyber-competition of the year, the European Cyber Security Challenge (ECSC).
‘Governance, privacy and data protection’ is the theme of the campaign’s second week.
The Investment Plan for Europe – the Juncker Plan – made its presence felt in France last week with four projects receiving the green light for financing of €100 million in total. The projects span several different sectors, from renewable energy to cyber-security. Each project has received financing from the European Investment Bank (EIB) and is covered by the guarantee of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), the core of the Juncker Plan.
Heather Butler and Colin Whorlow, the UK representatives of ENISA’s Management Board, visited the Agency’s headquarters in Athens for a discussion with staff from the Core Operations Department (COD) on current activities and priorities.
This morning, all member states of the European Union, together with the European Free Trade Association countries Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland signed the Tallinn e-Government Declaration. In the Tallinn Declaration, the common goals for e-government development over the next five years have been agreed on, providing direction for both national and pan-European innovation.