Discussing European Security Certification in Linz

Members of the EU-SEC project were in the beautiful city of Linz in Austria recently for a meeting with the project’s advisory board and the general assembly of all partners.

The partners discussed the continued development of the multi-party recognition framework and addressed the current challenges. In order to validate the results of the project, as well as to assess the technology-readiness level of the solution, two large-scale pilots for the components of the EU-SEC Framework are underway. These pilots were subject of much discussion during the meetings and the consortium members are looking forward to publishing the results.

Why Linz?

The meeting was hosted by EU-SEC partner Fabasoft, which has its headquarters in Linz, Austria. Fabasoft is one of the leading software product companies and providers of cloud services in Europe for the digital control of documents as well as electronic document, process and records management. The company’s cloud expertise is invaluable to the achievement of EU-SEC’s objectives.

About the Advisory Board

The Advisory Board members use their unique knowledge and skills to give strategic advice on the project’s goals and activities. They include members from the banking sector and ENISA, the European Union cyber security agency. 

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