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  • News World Port Hackathon 2016 concludes successfully
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    World Port Hackathon 2016 concludes successfully

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    Last month, the fourth edition of the World Port Hackathon took place in Rotterdam. Several teams worked on problems identified by representatives of the port community in workshops leading up to the hackathon. This year's event was organised in co-creation with the Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore. This year, about one hundred hackers took on the challenges set by the port of R;
  • News Germany surveys cyber-attacks
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    Germany surveys cyber-attacks

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    Germany’s Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) has launched a survey to obtain information about actual cyber-attacks on business and government, to assess potential risks, and to determine protective measures. The study should result in new ICT security recommendations. The survey is open until 7 October, and allows anonymous participation. Results will be published in the same month. This is the third year the survey is being held. In 2015, nearly 60% of all organisation that;
  • News Tube Heartbeat open data project reveals pulse of London ...
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    Tube Heartbeat open data project reveals pulse of London Underground

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    Oliver O'Brien, a Senior Research Associate at University College London (UCL), has created a wonderful visualisation of the volume of passengers traveling the London Underground on a typical workday. His Tube Heartbeat project builds on the outcomes of the TfL Rolling Origin and Destination Survey (RODS), which was made publicly available under the UK Open Government Licence (OGLv2). It shows;
  • News Call for public review: StatDCAT-AP, CPOV and CCCEV
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    Call for public review: StatDCAT-AP, CPOV and CCCEV

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    You are kindly invited to participate and contribute in the public review of the three new specifications that the ISA² Programme has developed in close collaboration with relevant EU and Member State services and a broad community of contributors: StatDCAT-AP, the Core Public Organisation Vocabulary (CPOV) and Core Criterion and Core Evidence Vocabulary (CCCEV). The specifications have en;
  • News Prime Minister promises Slovenian digitisation
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    Prime Minister promises Slovenian digitisation

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    Slovenia’s Prime Minister Miro Cerar aims to strengthen ties with large ICT corporations in order to help government digitalisation, create jobs and protect the environment. With this goal in mind, a Slovenian trade delegation including public administration minister Boris Koprivnikar is visiting the United States, to meet with US ICT companies. This is the second visit to ‘US ICT fir;