ETIBLOGG joined the Accelerator Days 2019
ETIBLOGG participated on the Workshop „Querschnittsthemen der Smart Service Welt II“ which took place on 13th September 2019. The focus of the event was on legal as well as IT security aspects. One workshop explained how data protection and other information security can be combined in a company. In the workshop “Information Security in Digital Platforms” each project had the opportunity to limit its own digital platform to the individual core elements. The ETIBLOGG team then asked themselves what the requirements for relevant core modules (e.g. cloud infrastructure, blockchain technology) and what the security measures to minimize threats are. To conclude, there was an insight into the former GDPR and initial information on the e-Privacy Regulation. In between there was again a lively exchange among all SSW II projects and the accompanying research.
Hamburg’s Senate recognizes ETIBLOGG as a flagship project for blockchain technology
Four ETIBLOGG project partners (consider it GmbH, NXP NXP Semiconductors Germany GmbH, Ponton GmbH und Universität Hamburg) have been part of an advisory committee to Hamburg‘s Senate. The city state’s governing body sought to investigate opportunities of Blockchain technology. All four Hamburg-based project partners participated in workshops on the topic and shared experiences from the ETIBLOGG project. Excerpts from the ETIBLOGG project proposal even became part of the official document resulting from the consultations with blockchain experts.
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ETIBLOGG now on Xing and LinkedIn
ETIBLOGG has now profiles on LinkeIn and Xing. We will inform you about news regarding ETIBLOGG – come and get connected with us!
ETIBLOGG in ener|gate messenger+
An article about ETIBLOGG written by Micheal Merz (Ponton) is published in ener|gate messenger+. Under the title “Blockchain ermöglicht Flexibilität und lokalen Handel” ETIBLOGG is named as an example for local and decentralized energy trade. Unfortunately there is only a german version available, but it is readable for free under the following link: