Lydian Webinar: "All things digital EU"
As you may know, ‘A Europe fit for the digital age’ is one of the six priorities of the European Commission for 2019 – 2024. As digital technology is increasingly impacting people’s lives, the EU’s digital strategy aims to make this transformation work for people and businesses, while helping to achieve the EU’s target of a climate-neutral Europe by 2050. According to the European Commission, the EU must now strengthen its digital sovereignty and set standards, rather than following those of others – with a clear focus on data, technology, and infrastructure.
Within the framework of the European Commission’s digital strategy, various initiatives have already been taken. This includes a series of new – and often bold – legislative proposals, which will have a material impact on businesses and organisations inside (and often also outside) of the EU:
- the Digital Services Act (DSA);
- the Digital Markets Act (DMA);
- the Data Governance Act;
- the Artificial Intelligence Regulation;
- the Omnibus Directive; and
- the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA).
At the same time, existing legal frameworks are being re-assessed and updated. Think about, for example, the review of the Network and Information Systems (NIS) Directive and the e-Privacy Regulation.
With all this legislative work ongoing, many can’t see the wood for the trees anymore.
Hence, on the 24th of June, Lydian’s ICT & Data Protection Team is organised an English webinar to provide you with an update on ‘all things digital’ cooking at EU level.
Missed the webinar? Rewatch it below: