Resources

In our Resources section you can find interesting Information about ICT in Luxembourg

Building an Effective European Cyber Shield - Taking EU Cooperation to the Next Level

THE e-Skills MANIFESTO
Since the “eSkills for Jobs” campaign began in 2010, the e-Skills Manifesto has been an important tool for briefing and advising policymakers on the state of digital skills demand, supply, development and best practice across EU member states. Each year, leading experts in eSkills research and policy, from industry and the education sector have been consulted on both the topics to be addressed within the Manifesto as well as on chapter preparation and review. The result is a series of five Manifestos, each exploring broad and specific themes from different perspectives. As a collection, the Manifestos cover a very broad range of eSkills topics.
The 2016 Manifesto is the latest and the last edition for eSkills for Jobs. While new, it complements the Manifestos that precede it.

e-skills-study
Interesting Study about e-skills

Digital Transformation in business and society
On the Site of the Chambre de Commerce Luxembourg you can find an Interesting pdf about the Digital Transformation in business and society. In this document, you will find information about

  • The current state of the world
  • New Economics
  • About Digital Tranformation
  • The Situation in Luxembourg

DigComp 2.0: The Digital Competence Framework for Citizens
Update Phase 1: The Conceptual Reference

In this document, you will find information about

  • The two-phase update process
  • The Conceptual Reference Model
  • Use and uptake of DigComp
  • Conclusions and next steps

Updated Good Practice Guide on NCSS
The aim of this guide is to support EU Member States in their efforts to develop and update their NCSS(National Cyber Security Strategies). Therefore, the target audience of this guide are public officials and policy makers. The guide also provides useful insights for the stakeholders involved in the lifecycle of the strategy, such as private, civil and industry stakeholders.

The guide presents six steps for the design and development of NCSS:

  • Set the vision, scope, objectives and priorities
  • Follow a risk assessment approach
  • Take stock of existing policies, regulations and capabilities
  • Set a clear governance structure
  • Identify and engage stakeholders
  • Establish trusted information-sharing mechanisms