Francisco Garcia Moran at Global Forum 2012

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Francisco Garcia Moran, Director General DG INFORMATICS, European Commission

Jimmy Schulz of the German Parliament Addresses Global Forum 2012

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Member of the German Parliament – Bundestag,Germany

J. Thomas Rosch at the podium #globalforum2012

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J. Thomas Rosch in the keynote opening session – Smart and innovative visions for the future

Commissioner J. Thomas Rosch, Federal Trade Commission – FTC, USA

Global Forum 2012 preparations

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#globalforum12 The podium at Vinterträdgården, about to be the center of everyone’s attention.

GLOBAL FORUM 2012: Stockholm, Sweden November 12th & 13th

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SHAPING A CONNECTED DIGITAL FUTURE

The Global Forum brings together industry leaders, senior policy-makers from national, regional and local governments, civil society leaders, European & International companies, institutions & organizations, European Commission delegates as well as academic specialists.

Since its inception, the Global Forum is pulling together each year, more than 300 diverse, talented and engaged experts from more than 30 countries from all continents.

The Global Forum fosters new international initiatives, help the creation of public/ private partnerships and contribute to the dissemination of information on ICT crucial issues shaping a sustainable Digital World.

Key challenging topics to be debated:

–        Smart and Innovative Visions For The Future

–        Platforms to Grow Innovation

–        Competing Public Policy Frameworks

–        Smarter Governments, Successful Transformative Models

–        New Usages: for Privacy & Security?

–        eProcurement Interconnecting People and Organizations

–        Smart Policies for Innovation and Open Innovation

–        Cloud Computing for eHealth, a New Framework

–        Content Evolutions

–        Smart Grids: The New Coopetition Field

–        Workshop PIDoT-Public Innovation Do-Tank

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More info: Items International


Global Forum 2012: Stockholm, Sweden November 12 &13

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GLOBAL FORUM 2012: VISION FOR A SMART & MOBILE FUTURE

Organizations and People in an Interconnected World

Monday, November 12th & Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

GRAND HOTEL STOCKHOLM

Items International and VINNOVA along with the Foundation Sophia-Antipolis are organizing the 21st Global Forum 2012 in Stockholm, Sweden

The GLOBAL FORUM is as an independent high profile international think tank event dedicated to Business and Policy issues affecting the successful evolution of the Information Society.

The Global Forum brings together industry leaders, senior policy-makers from national, regional and local governments, civil society leaders, European & International companies, institutions & organizations, European Commission delegates as well as academic specialists.

Since its inception, the Global Forum is pulling together each year, more than 300 diverse and talented experts from more than 30 countries from all continents.

The Global Forum fosters new international initiatives, help the creation of public/ private partnerships and contribute to the dissemination of information on ICT crucial issues shaping a sustainable Digital World.

VISION FOR A SMART & MOBILE FUTURE

Organizations and People in an Interconnected World

Key challenging topics to be debated

–       Vision For A Smart Future

–       Towards Smart Networks

–       New Usages: what requirements for Privacy & Security?

–       Smarter Governments

–       Regulatory Challenges and Opportunities

–       Smart Grids: The New Coopetition Field

–       Open Innovation

–       Medias & Usages

–       eHealth and Cloud Computing

–       Developing Women Talents

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Dr. Hercule Dalianis, Stockholm University, on eHealth and the personalized medicine data.

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Dr. Hercule Dalianis, Professor in Computer and Systems Sciences, Stockholm University, Sweden on eHealth and the personalized medicine data.

Session Global Identity Networking of Individuals

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Lefteris Leontaridis, IKED/GINI

Thomas Anderson, IKED/GINI

Questions regarding more productive solutions for Global Identity Networks are some of afternoon’s topics at the Global Forum 2011. Thomas Anderson, IKED/GINI discussed the future policy challenges as well as the need for government intervention to address the issues in the sector. “We can open Europe to some more actions and also the articulation of the users.” added Mr. Anderson.  “Can I built an internet identity?” a rhetoric question by Lefteris Leontaridis, IKED/GINI, as well as the answer- “it’s difficult to erase and delete all the data collected”. Brendan van Alsenoy, ICRI, K.U. Leuven, IBBT/GINI draw the EU regulatory framework, as he stressed out the need of preserving privacy of the consumers and data protection. Questions related to the way operators combine cyber systems in order to become ‘ecosystem for trust to all the actors were also discussed.

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