The Transatlantic ICT Forum has provided Input Papers and Policy Briefs on ICT policy and regulations, funding mechanisms for ICT R&I and cybersecurity, including insights and recommendations for transatlantic collaboration in ICT R&I.
It presents a review of available funding mechanisms and opportunities, as well as a comparative analysis and sound recommendations for mutual opening of programmes in the ICT field, identifying the main programmes and financing mechanisms existing in the US and Canada, as well as in EU (apart from Horizon 2020) to support international cooperation in ICT research and innovation.
It identifies both areas of common interest intersection as well as points of concern as pertain to tri-party EU, Canada and US policies such as for regulatory frameworks, IPR, market regulations, data protection, secrecy requirements and standards. It also includes recommendations to the Transatlantic ICT Forum and thereby to the political dialogue with impact on regulations.
It details the mutually beneficial priority topics for cooperation between the EU, US and Canada in the areas related to cybersecurity, identifying high quality debate and engagement in relation to international collaboration in this important topic. It also includes as a mapping of the activities into an actionable roadmap plan, and recommendations to the political dialogue on cybersecurity, in particular to the EU-US Cyber Dialogue.
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