Re: [secdir] EU Cyber Security Strategy.

Olaf Kolkman <> Thu, 07 February 2013 10:21 UTC

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Life from the meeting: It seems that a coordination task-force from the MSP is being set up for 'Cyber security and Privacy'.

The charter is vague to non-available. I've asked the questions/made the point of openness of such task-force but that didn't really hit base.

Appearantly this the strategy will be made public later today: (at the moment of posting this URI was not yet working).

IEEE is joining this security group, W3C is not.

Anyway, it might be good for somebody to track this task-force. If only to understand that our presence there is not needed, and/or to try and get some openness. I do not, and don't want to be that person. Hannes, you perhaps, or another SEC person from Europe?

I think this will be mostly e-mail.


Olaf M. Kolkman

Science Park 400, 1098 XH Amsterdam, The Netherlands