Join ESI CEE for a free webinar! We are discussing The European Approach Towards Reliable, Safe, and Trustworthy AI
Following the EU Strategy for AI Development in Europe, the High-Level Expert Group on AI (HLEG AI) published the "Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI" in 2019 and proposed a human-centric approach to AI by defining a list of seven key requirements that AI systems must meet to be trustworthy.
The ECSM campaign is coordinated by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) and the European Commission, and is supported by the EU Member States and hundreds of partners (governments, universities, think tanks, NGOs, professional associations, private sector business) from Europe, and beyond.
CYBERSEC CEE Regions & Cities by the European Cybersecurity Forum is only a few days away! Join us in September live 1-3 in Krynica-Zdrój or online!
CYBERSEC Forum gives a chance to invent, discuss and leverage practical and innovative solutions for the contemporary innovation-driven, digital economy. Four dedicated streams will help to define trends, enhance cybersecurity potential and catalyze innovation.
We are pleased to join as an Institutional Partner to CYBERSEC CEE: Regions & Cities - Forum organized by the Kosciuszko Institute.
Join us online for another issue of the Laurea Cyber Morning on November 19th, 2020 at 9:00-11:45 hrs CET (+1 in Finland). The event is, of course kindly organized by Laurea University (Finland) under the ECHO Project and is a free multi-actor event, aiming to raise awareness around key topics of cybersecurity. The purpose of this issue of the event is to focus on trust and risk detection on multiple levels within cyberspace.
The agenda is as follows:
The European Cybersecurity Month (ECSM) is the European Union’s annual campaign dedicated to promoting cybersecurity among EU citizens and organizations, and to providing up-to-date online security information through awareness-raising and sharing of good practices.
Whilst we are still early in the Project we are keen to begin growing our network of interested parties, stakeholders, and potential new partners, and are constantly looking for new and exciting opportunities to refine and improve the project results.
With this in mind we have identified the following ways in which interested parties could be involved in the Project:
It is a key role of ESI CEE as part of the ECHO Consortium, as well as a mission of ours, to support the cybersecurity ecosystem with practical advice and tools to support risk mitigation. This is why, as part of the activities dedicated to the Data Protection Day 2020 on 28 January, we are excited to share that to mark the occasion, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) launched an online platform to assist in the security of personal data processing.