Debriefing session of the 69th COCOM meeting
Interested parties, such as representatives of network operators, service providers, users, consumers, manufacturers, trade unions, third countries and international organisations, are invited to a short debriefing session following the Communications Committee (COCOM) meeting on Thursday 23 March.
Robot Charlie helps children manage Diabetes
Suffering from Diabetes is no fun, especially for children. They have to learn early in life how to measure their blood sugar, how to count carbohydrates and how to make healthy choices when it comes to food and sweets. Scientists from the European PAL project try to help them: with a special tablet app and with Charlie the robot.
Privacy Enhancing Technologies: Evolution and State of the Art
This document provides recommendations on how to build and maintain an online community for maturity assessments of Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs), which is assisted by ENISA’s tool. The presented community development approach seeks to guide developers and to empower individuals and groups of people with the set of skills they need to actively participate in the PETs assessments process.
Workshop on the security and incident notification requirements for Digital Service Providers (DSPs) under the NIS Directive
In line with the recently adopted Network and Information Systems (NIS) Directive, important digital businesses (“digital service providers”) will be required to take appropriate security measures and to notify incidents to the competent national authority. To specify further the elements and parameters related to security and notification requirements, the Commission is empowered to adopt an implementing act. The workshop will serve as a forum for interested stakeholders from the private sector and the Commission to discuss and exchange views on the possible content of this implementing act.
The clinical picture of Parkinson’s disease is varied. In addition to the usual indications of a neurological nature, sexual dysfunction occurs in a significant number of both female and male sufferers. Up to 50% of male patients suffering from Parkinson’s syndrome complain of erectile dysfunction or ejaculation disorders. In 30% of women affected, there are limitations in sexual excitability and loss of libido. The causes for the restricted sexual functions are different.
CHIC project at European Association for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Congress
During the oncology session at the EACPT 2017 congress, project coordinator Georgios Stamatakos will present the results of the European CHIC project about cancer modelling.