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Must do (quite a lot) better in 2016. Yes it’s a cliché but that might well be the end-of-year report on Europe’s digital progress in 2015. It started with great promise; President Juncker making snappy videos about his digital street cred, a Vice-President for the Digital Single Market and a Commissioner for Digital Economy and… » read more

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By John Higgins, Director General of DIGITALEUROPE A second wave of digital transformation is coming. The first one revolutionized the way we order information and spans technological advances from the advent of the mainframe computer to the arrival of Internet search. This second wave will reinvent how we make things and solve problems. Broadly it… » read more

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By John Higgins, Director General of DIGITALEUROPE The 28 member states of the European Union run the risk of undermining a new cybersecurity law that will play a central role in protecting Europe’s critical infrastructures from cyber attacks. Earlier this year, the European Parliament narrowed the scope of the proposed Network and Information Security (NIS)… » read more

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The Post online letter published on 27 March 2014 From John Higgins and Lotte de Bruijin The dust of the Nuclear Security Summit has descended. The world has an additional number of arrangements for security. Next year, the Netherlands will host the Fourth International Cyberspace Conference. This Ministerial Conference is an opportunity to also make… » read more

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Be aware, stay secure

Sadly most of us only get serious about our security, cyber or otherwise, when we or someone close to us have a bad experience. And with cyber it’s worse. While the consequences of inadequate physical security have been clear from the time men lived in caves, cybersecurity has no such place in our collective psyche.… » read more

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