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Sunday, 31.07.2016, 04:37
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.
Keyword tags: Analytics, Cybernetics, EU – Baltic States, Internet
Digital issues are now firmly on the global political agenda, e.g. at the G-7 ICT meeting in Japan in April 2016 and recent OECD meeting as well as in the G-20 formation. These are clear signs of digital/ICT socio-economic importance and political relevance: the ICT-digital industry is becoming the fastest growing sector in the world.
The Estonian aircraft painting and maintenance company Magnetic MRO is to open a new online store, enginestands24.com, where it will sell and lease aircraft engine stands, reports LETA/BNS.
About 300 new signatures have been added to the online petition at the portal manabalss.lv calling for Latvia’s withdrawal from EU in the last five days, reports LETA.
Results of a study commissioned by the Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications and carried out by Praxis show that the sale of goods and services over the internet is not very developed in Estonia and it should be nationally promoted, informs LETA/BNS.
Latvia’s Patrika company, the operator of e-maxima Internet store, in 2015 sustained EUR 126,236 loss, informs LETA, according to Firmas.lv business database.
Three of five biggest Lithuania’s e-commerce companies, which have only online presence, generate losses while the remaining two, which are also the largest among those five, operate in the black, the Verslo Zinios business daily reports on June 23rd, cites LETA/BNS.