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Seven southern EU member states including France, Italy, Spain and Malta are positioning themselves as Europe’s leaders on developing blockchain technology to be used by governments.

A grouping known as the “Mediterranean seven” on Tuesday called on Brussels to help promote ‘Distributive Ledger Technology’ (DLT) that is most associated with cryptocurrencies but is increasingly being used by governments to offer services to citizens.

Weiterlesen: Mediterranean EU countries make push on blockchain technology

Two-thirds of Europe’s public sector services are now available online, according to the latest research by Capgemini.

Through its annual eGovernment Benchmark report, Capgemini aims to investigate how well governments across Europe are digitising their services.

Weiterlesen: Two-thirds of Europe’s public sector services are now available online: Capgemini report

On 27 September 2018 the Council adopted a regulation setting up a single digital gateway. The new gateway will provide access to online information and procedures, assistance and problem solving services to individuals and companies.

The Council today adopted a regulation setting up a single digital gateway. This follows an agreement reached with the European Parliament in June. The new gateway will provide access to online information and procedures, assistance and problem solving services to individuals and companies.

Weiterlesen: Single Digital Gateway Regulation adopted by Council: better online access to information and...

Foreign “smart cities” could face GDPR fines for misusing EU citizens' data, a Government smart city tsar has warned.

Dr Jacqui Taylor, strategic advisor to the UK Government on smart cities, said that public bodies and companies based abroad could face fines worth millions of pounds if they fail to follow strict rules which protect EU residents from data misuse.

Weiterlesen: Foreign cities face GDPR fines for misusing EU citizens' data, Government smart city tsar warns

European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Mariya Gabriel here on Friday said ensuring cyber security and developing IT skills are crucial for the digitalization of the European Union (EU).

"Security is a top priority for European citizens, but digitization adds one more dimension to it -- cyber security," Gabriel said while addressing a conference on e-government.

Weiterlesen: Cyber security, IT skills crucial for EU's digitalization: commissioner

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