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Brussels, 15 November 2017 – Hit Rail’s H20 Path Request tool, one of its new services designed to enable railways to meet the European Technical Specifications for Interoperability (TSI) , has been verified by the European Union Agency for...
Cape Town, South Africa, and Brussels, Belgium, November 2, 2017 - SatADSL, a provider of professional VSAT services via satellite, today announced the availability of the industry’s first multi-hubs Cloud-based Satellite Delivery Platform (C-SDP...
Brussels, 09 October 2017 – Last week’s CyberSecurity4Rail conference, held in Brussels for senior members of the rail industry and information security experts, has strongly endorsed the formation of a sector-driven pan-European Rail ISAC ...
October 5, 2017, Brussels - ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today marks the opening of Telenet Belgiumrsquo;s new Innovation Centre in Brussels.
In the centre, Telenet will not only test new technology for connectivity, entertainment, value added services and customer experiences, but also give partners the opportunity to test their projects using Telenet technology and provide access to Telenet expertise.... Source: RealWire
What do Brussels and Albany have in common? The answer is Albany, but where’s that? you’re probably asking. It’s a sleepy city that poses as the capital of New York State. Kind of like Brussels, which poses as the capital of Europe. Well, they now have something else in common. Both capitals have jumped the line to be at the vanguard of cyber regulation.The General Data Protection Regulation, commonly referred to as GDPR, is getting a lot of attention. It affects all industries and all companies globally who want to do any business in Europe. This regulation has been on people’s minds for years, a long buildup, with very little in there to surprise us. It is to be enforced starting in May 2018. And it’s got some teeth. Not a mere couple million dollar fine – the fines are scores of millions of dollars all the way up to 4% of revenues! Ouch. That gets my attention. It’s not just the defects that are in the nine digits, but the regulatory penalties too.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Parent company Alphabet has yet to lodge an appeal against the EU's penalty.
Nuvias deal signifies strong commitment to further growth in Benelux Benelux distributor DCB ready for major growth, following deal with pan-EMEA high value distributor Nuvias. London and Brussels: 11/7/17: Nuvias Group, the pan-EMEA, high value distri...
Brussels event on 4th October 2017 unites experts in digital security/cybercrime, ICT and the transport industry to highlight threats and discuss solutions Brussels, 24 May 2017 – A key conference in digital security for the rail industry has been announced for later this year.
Set to take place on 4th October 2017 in Brussels, the CyberSecurity4Rail event will bring together experts in cybercrime and digital security, plus leaders in ICT and representatives from transport and... Source: RealWire
Facebook says it couldn't automatically match WhatsApp accounts; EC disagrees.
Trio given one month to clean up fraud, scams, and make other fixes.
Hit Rail’s support for AlmavivA’s project with Italy’s Infrastructure Manager RFI leads to closer cooperation Brussels, 06 March 2017 – A new strategic cooperation agreement between interoperability experts Hit Rail b.v. and AlmavivA, Italy’s leading provider of ICT services for the transportation and logistics sector, is set to bring increased connectivity and high performance systems to the railway industry in the face of new European Technical Specifications for Interoperability (TSI) in both passenger and freight... Source: RealWire
Tech giant claims the EC isn't playing fair over its demands to pay Ireland $13.7 billion.