The ICT standards have to express security policies and procedures to help industrials to execute them internaly. At the same time, Standardization is a powerful way for regulator as well to push the adoption as well.
Bringing SMEs closer on the understanding of “Cybersecurity Standards: impacts and gaps for SMEs” was a one-day, intense and user centric workshop hosted by CEN & CENELEC Management Centre last 24th of May 2019 with the specific purpose to support SMEs in identifying the relevant cybersecurity policies, rules, and standards.
Last 29th of May StandICT.eu had the opportunity to join the European Joint Research Centre in Ispra, the third biggest Commission site after Brussels and Luxembourg, to contribute to the further development of the AIWatch, the brand new tool that monitors the uptake and impact of AI in Europe.
The following years will be fundamental to create the European cybersecurity framework and ensure the alignment of this initiative with the worldwide standards is the base for the European companies’ competitiveness.
Redactable signature schemes: a special but well researched type of cryptographic signature that fulfills Integrity and Authenticity guarantees following EU eIDAS signature regulation and, at the same time, allow to remove signed data in order to be fully compliant with EU GDPR
From April 8-12th, the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI), in collaboration with the ADAPT Centre, organised a global forum to discuss the standardisation of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Called SC42, it was the first-ever global plenary meeting to take place in Europe to discuss the trustworthiness of AI.
Take a look at how one of StandICT.eu grantee has been enabled to bring his contribute and expertise in the development of the ICT Standards landscape!
StandICT.eu paves the way for a number of EU ICT Specialists into the shaping of the International Standards Scenario: take a look at how a project grantee has done precisely that from his standardisation job and research thanks to his StandICT.eu grant.
A new international standard is being developed by IEC and ISO, which will provide guidelines on managing risk faced by organizations during the development and application of AI techniques and systems.