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Sixth Research Framework Programme

Posted by Wii-Wii | Posted in General | Posted on 29-10-2014


Encourages companies to collaborate more closely with counter-intelligence services and, in particular, inform them of attacks from outside for industrial espionage purposes, to increase the effectiveness of those services; 36. Calls on the Commission to instruct the development of a safety analysis to determine what should be protected and develop a protection strategy; 37. Urges the Commission to update your encryption system, since modernization is urgently needed, and the budgetary authority (the Council together with Parliament), to allocate the necessary resources; 38. Calls on the Commission to draw up an own-initiative report on the safety and protection of secrecy in the European institutions; 39. Urges the Commission to ensure the protection of data in its own data processing system and to enhance the confidentiality of non-public documents; 40.

Urges the Commission and Member States to invest in new technologies for encryption and decryption, in the framework of the Sixth Research Framework Programme; 41. Requests that, in case of distortions of competition resulting from State aid or economic use misuse of intelligence, affected States shall so inform the authorities and control bodies of the State from which to develop such distorting activities with a view to ending them; 42. Calls on the Commission to submit a proposal to establish, in close cooperation with industry and Member States with a coordinated Europe-wide network of European offices advice-in particular in those Member States where such offices do not yet exist-in security of business information which has the task of increasing the degree of awareness of the problem and providing practical assistance; 43.

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