This guide will help EU funds managers, public administrations and/or implementers to ensure that the envisaged eGovernment investment is in line with the principles and priorities set out in the EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020.
In order to have a true Digital Single Market, Europe needs to be "language transparent". The challenges and visions for a language-technology-enabled Europe need to be recognised and acted upon. Read more
On 14 September 2016, as part of the Connectivity Package, the Commission adopted the proposal for a European Electronic Communications Code and the proposal for a BEREC Regulation. Here you can find the Executive Summaries which present these proposals that review the regulatory framework for electronic communications. Read more
The Commission publishes the TERA Study on the assessment of the 2009 Termination Rates Recommendation. The study analyses the impact of the costing methodology recommended by the Commission in 2009, and analyses the evolution of termination rates in the different Member States. Read more
The Commission appoints independent experts to assist with the evaluation of proposals the review of projects. Would you like to play this role for cybersecurity & digital privacy? Register as an expert! Help us find you by adding the following keywords: cybersecurity, information security, cryptography, privacy, ePrivacy, PET, digital identities, data protection, GDPR, threats, simulation, situational awareness, anomaly detection, visualisation, big data analysis,threat analysis, security assurance, cyber defence, trusted computing, biometrics. Read more
The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) publishes good practices and recommendations for payment providers and financial institutions following an analysis of the security of mobile payments and digital wallets. Read more
In a digital single market, public services should be digital, open and cross-border by design. As part of the eGovernment Action Plan, public administrations and public institutions should be providing borderless user-friendly and end-to-end digital public services to all citizens and businesses by 2020. Read more
The Commission has published the results of a Eurobarometer and a public consultation on EU rules which govern the processing of personal data and privacy in the electronic communications sector – the ePrivacy Directive. Results show that Europeans consistently call for strong protection of the confidentiality of their communications and effective respect of their privacy. Industry and public authorities express more diverse views, with industry in particular pleading for rules that would not stifle new opportunities and innovation related to use of data. Read more