Have you ever wondered how much our European economy and society is dependent on Information and Communications Technologies (ICT)? Then it becomes very clear why cybersecurity is so important for Europe and its citizens. But there is no silver bullet for an enhanced cybersecurity for all. Complex tasks need innovative solutions and cooperation. CONCORDIA project aims at developing such solutions and assisting the EU in building a strong cybersecurity through EU-wide cooperation and sharing of information.
On the eve of European Parliament elections, on Global Accessibility Awareness Day (a global grass-roots movement to raise awareness of digital inclusion and accessibility), the European Commission joins the global awareness effort with an infographic highlighting ‘Digital Economy and Society’ legislation showing how Europe is there for you, regardless of your ability.
This EU public procurement with an indicative budget of €2.5 million is primarily open to Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs), national cybersecurity authorities as well as to consortia which also include IT service providers and management consultancies. The winning tender of the call entitled “Connecting Europe Facility – Cybersecurity Digital Service Infrastructure Maintenance and Evolution of Core Service Platform Cooperation Mechanism for CSIRTs –MeliCERTes Facility” will sign a three years contract with the European Commission.
This expert group provides a forum for cooperation between Member States' bodies and the European Commission in the area of digitisation, online accessibility of cultural material and digital preservation and gives guidance on Europeana’s annual work programmes under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).
The EU large-scale initiative aiming at taking graphene from the laboratories to the market has launched a call for expression of interest targeting industrial partners that can bring their expertise to the consortium in several areas of work. The deadline to submit applications is 13 June.
As of 15 May, a new maximum price will apply for all international calls and SMS within the EU. As a result, consumers calling from their country to another EU country will pay a maximum amount of 19 cents per minute (+VAT) and 6 cents per SMS message (+VAT).
Interested in high performance computing? Eager to find out the latest news in supercomputing infrastructure, technology and applications? Do not miss the EuroHPC Summit Week 2019, held from 13 to 17 May in Poznań, Poland. Registrations are open!
This CONNECT University session will bring together European Commission and external experts to pool efforts and resources to highlight perspectives on rapid adaptation to possible dramatic and imminent shifts in environmental conditions.