Insights

How are Trust services and Digital Identity Wallets related to European Digital Identity regulation? And what does this mean for data spaces and data sharing initiatives? Yekaterina Travkina, Consultant at INNOPAY and associated with the CoE-DSC, shares some insights.
Parties interested in deploying a data space need to use the right technologies and need to make sure they get the business and governance of the data space right. This is easier said than done, because there is relatively little guidance on how to deploy a data space successfully. What guidance can be given?
In the Netherlands, there are various initiatives that are working on improving the digital position of the country. How do the CoE-DSC and Topsector ICT collaborate? What are data sharing trends and how can we shape the future?
Data spaces and Privacy Enhancing Technologies have a common goal: making insights from data accessible in a confidential manner. But the development of both is driven by two different communities. This must change. By applying PETs within data spaces, confidentially exchanging insights from (privacy sensitive) data becomes more scalable.
The Data Spaces Support Centre (DSSC) has announced the recent release of the Blueprint 1.0.
Parties interested in deploying a data space need to use the right technologies and need to make sure they get the business and governance of the data space right. This is easier said than done, because there is relatively little guidance on how to deploy a data space successfully. What guidance can be given? On behalf of the CoE-DSC, a white paper has been written about this topic by Gijs van Houwelingen et al., TNO.
During the Data Spaces Symposium in Darmstadt, the International Data Spaces Association (IDSA) awarded TNO – coordinator of the CoE-DSC – with the IDSA Certification Award for the TNO Security Gateway (TSG).
The DS4Skills project has been working on preparing a Roadmap for the future European Data Space for Skills & Employment, that can equip the EU population with essential skills for the future.
In 2023, under the guidance of the CoE-DSC, two operational data spaces, SCSN and Catena-X, explored how end users of either data space could more easily use both data spaces without complex onboarding. What steps are needed to make this possible? What challenges are faced and what possible solutions emerge when going through these steps?
The CoE-DSC has written a whitepaper addressing changes in the EU digital identity landscape which stem from the revision of the eIDAS regulation.
The CoE-DSC developed a Data Sharing Bootcamp for SMEs to spark new ecosystems.
Inge Piek, Consultant ICT Standards of NEN (Netherlands Standardisation Institute), explains the added value of European harmonised standards developed by recognised European standardisation organisations.
The National Access Point for Mobility Data (NTM) aims to make mobility data in the Netherlands available, usable and reliable through one entry point. Why is this important? And what steps is the NTM taking to achieve this goal?

The Gaia-X 4th Summit, Gaia-Xcelerate, took place under the auspices of the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the European Union and in partnership with Gaia-X Hub Spain, on 9 and 10 November in […]

During our latest Community Meeting, Erik Langius, Senior Integrator & Project Manager at TNO, elaborated on the need for a European federated cloud infrastructure that enables organisations to freely shift their data across several cloud providers.