Prof. Dr. Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director of ENISA moderated on 11 July 2019 a panel at CODE’s Annual Conference in Munich.
Roaming charges for all EU travellers ended on 15 June 2017. Dismantling additional charges for travellers who call, send messages or surf the internet on their mobile devices while abroad, has been one of the biggest success stories of the European Union.
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity, ENISA, launches its consultation paper ‘EU ICT Industrial Policy: Breaking the Cycle of Failure’, a paper that aims to explore issues such as digital sovereignty and the supply chain of cybersecurity products in Europe, as well as to present an overview of the relationship between the global ICT market and the cybersecurity market.
Interested parties are invited to submit their comments by 31 August 2019.
The Court orders Belgium to pay a penalty payment of €5,000 per day for not fully transposing the directive on high-speed electronic communications networks and, a fortiori, for failure to notify the relevant transposing measures to the Commission.
Original title: Le commissaire Gabriel participe au dialogue sur les TIC avec les Balkans occidentaux
Original title: La Hongrie rejoint deux initiatives de coopération numérique européenne
Are you involved in a project on very high-capacity networks, infrastructure or applications? Has your project been at least 65% completed? Would you like to see your project recognised at a European level? Then don’t miss the chance to apply for the 2019 European Broadband Awards! Big or small, rural or urban, private or public, you might be the next winner in one of the five categories. The winners will be announced in December 2019 and showcased across Europe in European Commission and very high-capacity network events.
Deadline for application is Friday, 6 September 2019.
The European Commission has published the annual country reports from National Regulatory Authorities (NRAs) on compliance with the provisions on open internet for the third consecutive year. The NRA reports are provided every year to the Commission and the Body of the European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC). The third set of reports covers the timeframe from 1 May 2018 until 30 April 2019.