Key Websites for Security
EU Advisory Groups on Security
Preparatory Action on Security Research
Key EU Documents
Security Policies Relevant to other Framework 7 Priorities
Relevant EU R&D Associations
Relevant Cost Actions
Relevant Eureka Clusters
Other Security Webpages
Research for a Secure
Europe: Report of the Group of Personalities in the field of Security Research.
on the implementation of the Preparatory Action on the Enhancement of the
European Industrial Potential in the Field of Security Research, 2004
Green Paper : Towards
a European strategy for the security of energy supply. COM(2000)
(EU Green Papers )
Safer Internet Action
Plan: Funds actions as a coherent response by the EU to illegal & harmful
content on the Internet. http://europa.eu.int/information_society/programmes/iap/index_en.htm
(EU Action Plan )
OECD Global Forum on Information Systems & Network Security: Towards a Global Culture of Security Norway, October 2003 http://www.oecd.org/document/38/0,2340,en_2649_201185_16193702_1_1_1_1,00.html (OECD Reports )
Privacy Online: OECD Guidance on Policy and Practice. Nov. 2003 http://oecdpublications.gfi-nb.com/cgi-bin/oecdbookshop.storefront (OECD Reports )
Commission Communication: Towards a programme to advance European security through Research and Technology http://europa.eu.int/eur-lex/en/com/cnc/2004/com2004_0072en01.pdf (EC Communication )
"Towards an EU
Defence Equipment Policy", COM(2003) 113 final:
(including the ANNEX): On the implementation of the Preparatory Action on the
Enhancement of the European industrial potential in the field of security
The Next Steps: Communication from the Commission to the Council, the European
Parliament, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the
regions. Sept. 2004
Communication: Towards a programme to advance European security through Research
and Technology. Feb. 2004
Payments - the Potential of Public Key Cryptography Public Key Infrastructure
& Digital Signatures, JRC-IPTS,
Security & Privacy for the Citizen in the Post-September 11 Digital Age: Report to the European Parliament Committee on Citizens’ Freedoms & Rights, Justice & Home Affairs JRC-IPTS, Seville, July 2003, http://www.jrc.es/home/toolbar/whats_new.html (EU Studies )
The Future of
Electronic Identification: Challenges and Opportunities for the Public Sector.
Security and privacy
for the citizen in the post-September 11 digital age: a prospective overview.
The Future of Electronic Identification: Challenges & Opportunities for the Public Sector IPTS Nov. 2003 http://www.jrc.es/home/report/report_main.html (EU Studies )
Research for a secure
Europe – Report of the group of personalities in the field of security
Report on space and
Security technologies for digital media. STOA 2001 http://www.europarl.eu.int/stoa/publi/default_en.htm (STOA Report )
Proceedings of the
DLM-Forum 2002 @ccess & preservation of electronic information best
practices & solutions.
Workshop on sensors
technology for counter terrorism: Immediate actions & future possibilities.
National Academies Press, Washington 2003
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