ELISE is s running a seminar “Driving Co-Innovation the Geospatial Way with Public and Private Sector Data” on 8 April 2020 at Geospatial World Forum in Amsterdam, with the aim of developing a mandate for collaboration between public and private sector in the ‘the geospatial way’. As a participant from the private or public sector, you will hear about the latest technology trends fuelling innovation and conditions for effective geospatial co-innovation between the public and private sector, with concrete examples of collaboration and illustrations of what success means and how it was achieved.
On the 22nd September, ENISA in collaboration with the European Commission is organizing, for the sixth consecutive year, the Trust Services Forum. On the 23rd September, D-TRUST in cooperation with TÜViT will hold the twelfth CA-Day.
Debating and discussing the most pertinent and timely data privacy issues through interactive panel discussions, speeches and interviews, this event is a staple in the European privacy community’s calendar.
The European Single Electronic Format requirements are coming into force. This significant step in digital reporting offers great opportunities for the transparency of the EU market. There are however challenges to an efficient implementation.
This event aims to bring key stakeholders together for a lively debate. We will cover issues around the preparation of ESEF files and providing assurance on their compliance. The discussion will embrace both regulatory aspects and practical implications.
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity publishes two studies related to the domain of standards supporting the Cybersecurity Act and the new Cybersecurity Certification Framework.
The European Commission is putting together Guidelines for Building Sustainable Open Source Software (OSS) Communities in the Public Sector. The guidelines will serve as a practical tool suitable for OSS communities and enthusiasts who would like to create and maintain sustainable and healthy communities.
A summary of the policy debate is now available.
A summary of the policy debate ‘Digital transport services for people: The next steps for sustainable European solutions’ is now available.
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity conducted research on international security standards per sector in order to design this new tool intended to map security measures for Operators of Essential Services (OES) to international standards.