The ICT Proposers’ Day event will provide an excellent opportunity to present and discuss the main policy drivers of the digital transformation of European industry and society and how the EU research and innovation agenda can best contribute to these objectives. The event will also present the Horizon 2020 Work Programme, and serve as a unique networking platform for ICT enthusiasts and professionals.
The Open Research Cloud Alliance (ORCA) is organizing its 6th workshop, next 22th of May in Washington DC (US), bringing stakeholders together to address common challenges to achieve security, data-sharing collaborations across multiple organizational and administrative domains through the use of federation technologies.
Purpose & Scope
We know that within the cybersecurity supply industry, a very substantial part of innovation is driven by SMEs & start-ups. The European Commission has been working on fostering European cybersecurity industry and supporting specifically SMEs towards that direction all along the cybersecurity policy and regulatory initiatives. In that context standardisation is ensuring further cybersecurity which is more at stake with new innovations (eg: with use of IoT).
This Breakfast Seminar is a compelling opportunity to meet with researchers at the forefront of Artificial Intelligence and ICT Standardisation as well as the chance to discover the possibility of financial support provided by the StandICT.eu initiative for ICT experts.
The ETSI Summit on Artificial Intelligence will examine how AI will be used in telecommunications, particularly in network and service management for virtualized networks.
The conference will discuss the remaining challenges in the standardisation landscape for Cybersecurity in light of the new Act. The consequences for policy makers, industry, citizens, certification bodies, and the European Standardization System will be also covered.