The Commission and Japanese partners have successfully collaborated in research and innovation projects on the challenges associated with population ageing.
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Platform signatories of the Code of Practice on Disinformation continue reporting about measures and tools to limit COVID-19 and vaccine disinformation.
The study provides an analysis of safety and liability aspects associated to software and software-enabled products and services and provides guiding principles as well as possible regulatory options for action at EU level with regard to future regulation of software.
The audiovisual industry stands in the middle of the rapidly growing digital industry, which has become the main driver of our economy. Its ecological impact has been underestimated for a long time and still needs to be researched in detail. There are multiple initiatives in Europe but they would greatly benefit from a better coordination, more accurate data and comparable goals and guidelines.
This study supports the European Commission in assessing the impact of different policy options to review the eIDAS Regulation, with the aim of establishing a legislative framework for a convenient, widely usable, secure and interoperable Digital Identity for the Digital Single Market.
Article 49 of the eIDAS Regulation requires the Commission to review the application of the Regulation and report to the European Parliament and to the Council no later than 1 July 2020. This study supports the report to the European Parliament and Council. It assesses effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, consistency and EU added-value of the eIDAS Regulation through an assessment of results and impacts of its implementation.
Platforms signatories of the Code of Practice on Disinformation are invited to continue reporting until the end of the year, and report about measures and tools to limit COVID-19 vaccine disinformation.
This report prepared by the EU Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) addresses the contemporary use of capture-the-flag (CTF) competitions around the world. It first provides background on such competitions, their structure and variations. Analyses of recent competitions is then conducted, comprising an in-depth qualitative analysis of notable events (22 in total) and a high-level statistical analysis of a large dataset of public events of all levels (879 in total).
Member States had until 30 April 2021 to share with the Commission their roadmaps for the implementation of the Connectivity Toolbox, detailing their expected plan and an indicative timing for implementing the appropriate measures for the rollout of very fast networks, notably fibre and 5G.
Want to know how much the public sector in your country invests in adopting innovations and in which sectors they invest most (health, ICT..)? Keen to find out if your country has an action plan, target, financial incentives and a competence center for innovation procurement? Check out the results of the EU wide benchmarking of national policy frameworks and investments on innovation procurement across Europe. Now available: Final report, executive summary, country profiles of all 30 benchmarked countries as well as presentations and video of the final workshop that presented the results.