The government of Estonia is investigating a potential security vulnerability affecting the country’s ID cards and digital IDs.
Estonia is considering the issue of crypto-tokens, which would mak
Estonia, holding its first Presidency of the European Council as of July, hopes to advance the EU’s digital single market by focusing on the free movement of data.
Teams of budding IT security specialist have begun preparing for the European Cyber Security Challenge (ECS
EC updates DESI - digital ranking of Member States
When it comes to digitisation of public services, Europe’s top-three Member States are Estonia, Finland and the Nethe
The United Kingdom and Finland are Europe’s eGovernment leaders, according to the United Nations Public Administration Network (UNPAN) 2016 UN eGovernment Survey.
The Ele.C.Tra project aimed to test a new model for urban transport, giving useful solutions to citizens’ accessibility needs that cannot be fully solved by local public transport systems, while at
The Estonian Cooperation Assembly, in collaboration with the Estonian Parliament (Riigikogu), has created a portal with the goal of helping citizens to co-create policies in the country.
Open source document management built for ministries of Interior and Justice
The village of Koigi (Estonia) will start to use Delta, the document management system made available
The Estonian Ministry of Finance is looking for a service provider to host, maintain and support its open-source-based portal infrastructure.
Since the first digital signature was given back in 2002, the e-signature service is fully part of the Estonian ecosystem.
Legacy software continues to throw up roadblocks
Schools in the city of Tallinn (Estonia) are gradually moving to PC workstations running on free and open source software.