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.
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity highlights the importance of cybersecurity for connected cars in a new report.
This study provides a comprehensive analysis of the interaction between standard development organisations (SDOs) and open source software (OSS) communities. The analysis is based on 20 case studies, a survey of stakeholders involved in SDOs and OSS communities, an expert workshop, and a comprehensive review of the literature.
The summary of the exchange of views is now available.
The summary of the debate is now available.
A summary of the debate is now available.
With the digitisation of society and industry, cybersecurity is an essential precondition in this new reality. Ensuring that there is common ground and baseline principles in the sphere of cybersecurity is critical for secure, safe progress that will allow society and industry to grow. The ‘Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace’ was a significant step forward in bringing together governments, international organisations, civil society organisations and the private sector in recognising nine core cybersecurity principles.
On 13 November, the event, entitled ‘Trust in liberal professions in the age of digitalisation and artificial intelligence’, aims to gain fresh insight into the impact of artificial intelligence on the exercise of professional services and on clients’ and patients’ rights.
Speakers will address fundamental issues such as transparency, communication and trust in professionals, regulators’ awareness of the challenges linked to the opportunities offered by artificial intelligence, the consequences on the quality of professional services and their capacity to protect public interest.
European AI Policy Conference: Trends in Leadership, Strategy and Innovation
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is emerging as the most important technology in a new wave of digital innovation that is transforming industries around the world. Businesses in Europe are at the forefront of some of the latest advancements in the field, and European universities are home to the greatest concentration of AI researchers in the world. Yet at the same time, there is concern that Europe is losing ground to its competitors, particularly China. This conference will bring together some of the leading voices in AI from across Europe to discuss why European success in AI is important, how the EU compares to other world leaders today, and what steps European policymakers should take to be more competitive in AI.
The summary of the EoV is now available.
A summary of the hearing is now available.