SURVEY ON CYBER SECURITY POLICY AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK IN THE EU & ASSOCIATED COUNTRIES

SURVEY TO GATHER INFORMATION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF SUPPLY & DEMAND

REGARDING CYBER SECURITY POLICY AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

IN THE EUROPEAN UNION & ASSOCIATED COUNTRIES

 

This survey is to gather information from the perspective of supply (provider/regulator) and demand (consumer) regarding the cyber security policy and regulatory framework in the European Union and Associated Countries.  Your contribution is important and necessary as it will contribute to analysing the EU policy framework with the objective to provide recommendations to protect public and private organisations from cyber attacks.  These recommendations may result in supporting efforts to develop new EC Communications, new directives and even assist in providing input to implementing regulations in cybersecurity, data protection and data privacy.  At the First Concertation Meeting to be held in Spring next year, the results of this survey will be shared.  A public deliverable containing the results of this survey will be published in 2018.  
 
By participating in this survey, you will be able to obtain early access to the results of the survey at the First Concertation Meeting to be held in Spring next 2018.

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News

Call for experts for a group on liability and new technologies

The European Commission has launched a call for experts for a group on liability and new technologies. The deadline for application is 30 April 2018.

New technologies such as artificial intelligence, advanced robotics and the Internet of Things bring enormous opportunities in various fields (transport, healthcare, agriculture, manufacturing). At the same time they could raise challenges related to liability, which is why the Commission wants to initiate a discussion on the way forward.

The main tasks of the Expert Group will be:

Events

08/05/2018
Free and Safe in Cyber Space conference

Free and Safe in Cyber Space conference aims at building a constructive dialogue and a critical mass of suitable actors around new dual-use cybersecurity standards and certifications and complaint open technologies and ecosystems.

05/06/2018
EuroCyber Conference - 9/10 May - Rome (Italy)

An event entirely dedicated to Industry ans SMEs focusing on how companies are efficiently implementing and complying with GDPR and understanding the consequences of non-compliance