Cybernetics

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 29.06.2017, 06:51

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Q1 profit of Estonian ICT sector drops 48% on year

Q1 profit of Estonian ICT sector drops 48% on year

16.06.2017

The total profit of the Estonian information and communications technology (ICT) sector in the first quarter of 2017 was 19.5 mln euros, 47.9% smaller than in the same quarter of 2016, figures available from Statistics Estonia show.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Cybernetics, Estonia, Industry, Internet, Statistics



More than 500 experts to discuss cyber security issues in Estonia

More than 500 experts to discuss cyber security issues in Estonia

30.05.2017

The 9th International Conference on Cyber Conflict (CyCon) organized by the NATO Cyber Defense Cooperative Center of Excellence (NATO CCD COE) is to bring more than 500 decision-makers and experts to Tallinn this week to discuss key issues in cyber security, reports LETA/BNS.

Estonian tax authority launches Cybernetica digital tariff system

Estonian tax authority launches Cybernetica digital tariff system

28.04.2017

The Estonian Tax and Customs Board has since Apr. 20 been using the Estonian Master Tariff System (EMTS), an information system developed by Cybernetica, which provides business operators with a simplified overview of the requirements to be complied with and taxes to be paid on the export and import of goods, reports LETA/BNS.


Main issues involved in the EU’s cybersecurity agenda

Main issues involved in the EU’s cybersecurity agenda

12.07.2016

Three main issues are combined in the modern EU cybersecurity agenda: stepping up cooperation among EU states, creating European cybersecurity single market and cybersecurity public private partnership. Commission clarified EU cybersecurity issues concerning all member states for a long-term period.

Creating EU’s cybersecurity single market

Creating EU’s cybersecurity single market

06.07.2016

The Commission has launched a new public-private partnership on cybersecurity. It is expected to trigger €1.8 bln of investment by 2020. This is part of new initiatives to better equip Europe against cyber-attacks, strengthen the competitiveness of the EU’s cybersecurity sector and create EU’s cybersecurity single market.


13.06.2016

Estonian MFA at EuroDIG: cyber security has to become part of the everyday lives

According to Estonian Foreign Minister Marina Kaljurand, cyber security must become a part of our everyday lives and not become a luxury item, reports LETA/BNS.

01.06.2016

The cyber security index is developed by the Estonian e-GovernanceAcademy

The e-GovernanceAcademy presented the National Cyber Security Index (NCSI) at the Tallinn e-Governance Conference on 31 May. The index measures the level of cyber security of countries and defines the fields for the development of cyber security. It also gives an overview of the preparedness of countries to prevent cyber attacks and crime, and to manage them.

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