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EU nations developing cyber 'capabilities' to infiltrate government, private targets I #eGob #privacy

EU nations developing cyber 'capabilities' to infiltrate government, private targets I #eGob #privacy | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
European countries have entered a global race to develop aggressive cyber
attack capabilities, according to the latest threat landscape analysis
published by the European cyber security Agency ENISA yesterday (11

Via Pierre Levy
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Cyber becoming a strategic priority

He added that a capability plan is being finalised by EDA next year to determine strategic priorities.  “I would be surprised if cyber was not a priority if not at the top of the list,” he said.


ENISA’s report claimed that this year has seen impressive successes by law-enforcement, and that an increasing number of reports and data regarding cyber-threats has also improved the quality of available information.


“Cooperation among relevant organisations to commonly assess and defend cyber-threats has been envisaged and is going to gain speed in the near future,” the report said.


The report recommended the active involvement of end-users in defence of cyber-threats and increasing the speed of threat assessment to reduce exposures.

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[EU] Commission presents new Rethinking Education strategy

[EU] Commission presents new Rethinking Education strategy | e-Xploration | Scoop.it

"Digital learning and recent trends in Open Educational Resources (OER) are enabling fundamental changes in the education world, expanding the educational offer beyond its traditional formats and borders. New ways of learning, characterised by personalisation, engagement, use of digital media, collaboration, bottom-up practices and where the learner or teacher is a creator of learning content are emerging, facilitated by the exponential growth in OER available via the internet. Europe should exploit the potential of OER much more than is currently the case. This requires good computer skills, but some Member States are still lagging behind as seen in the Education and Training Monitor 2012, with 9 Member States with over 50% of 16-74 year olds with no or low computer skills. While the use of ICT in education and training has been high on the policy agenda, critical elements are not in place to enable digital learning and OER to be mainstreamed across all education and training sectors. A coherent strategy at EU level could address the scope, size and complexity of the challenges in support of actions of the Member States and the entire chain of stakeholders."

Via Andreas Link
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