EU Login will reduce the number of times you are asked for your password when using multifactor authentication.
It aims to strengthen cross-border interoperability and cooperation in the public sector across the EU.
EU Login- Say goodbye to push notifications on your mobile device and hello to in-app, or ‘silent’, requests.
The workshops follow the highly successful joint DIGIT/CNECT event Open Source Beyond 2020 held in November 2019.
The United Nations, the European Commission and the OpenStreetMap community have started a month-long hackathon, 03 to 31 October
To maintain optimum security, the EU Login app will soon change how you receive authentication requests. Please upgrade your app as soon as possible.
Member States approved the first EU citizen-centric data space for public administrations that will improve cross-border administrative procedures.
We invite you to the 2022 edition of SEMIC: Data Spaces in an Interoperable Europe!
On 30th June, the Directorate-General for Informatics and the UN Office of Information and Communications technology held a common event.
The Commission adopts a new digital strategy to address transformation opportunities of a post-pandemic world
The strategy has 5 strategic objectives to drive internal digital transformation and support the delivery of EU’s digital priorities.
European Commission and United Nations launch a first joint hackathon 'Get plugged into education!' with Moodle on 16 May
The Commission and United Nations will work together on a series of joint hackathons to tackle Sustainable Development Goals.
We joined forces with the European Data Protection Supervisor to enable technically a pilot project for using privacy-focused social media.
The Commission invites ethical hackers to the NextGov Hackathon with Nextcloud from 25 April to 10 May 2022!
It builds upon earlier open source hackathons organised by the European Commission to enable the rapid creation of innovative solutions.
The Commission proposes new rules to boost cybersecurity and information security in EU institutions, bodies, offices and agencies
The proposals aim to further strengthen their cooperation, preparedness and response.
European Parliament and Commission launch the Free an Open Source Software for European Public Services (FOSSEPS) Pilot Project
Free and Open Source Solutions for European Public Services
Ethical hackers wanted, for fixing bugs in LibreOffice, LEOS, Mastodon, Odoo and CryptPad.
Commission services to publish their software source code in much shorter time and with less paperwork.
Interoperable Europe is the initiative of the European Commission for a reinforced interoperability policy.
Striving for blockchain technology serving European citizens with services based on European values.
The European Commission invites ethical hackers to the BIG Hackathon featuring X-Road® from 28 June to 5 July 2021.