In an increasingly globalized world, Europe presents itself as a champion of European ethical values, but this cannot guarantee the digital sovereignty of its citizens, its communities, companies, organizations and member states, allies and friends.
The purpose of this Roadmap is to both identify and jointly work to addressing, mitigating (and even resolving) the challenges regarding European digital sovereignty while identifying and joining European brainpower and forces to build, boost and amplify the gains of (the road towards) building, achieving and sustaining European digital sovereignty.
A Holistic Approach
Addressing European digital sovereignty only from a technological viewpoint and addressing just technological sovereignty is too narrow.
When discussing the cybersecurity roadmap, it is necessary to take a holistic approach having in mind the global aim of European digital sovereignty.
CONCORDIA has identified seven dimensions to address a holistic view of European digital sovereignty.
- Research and Innovation
- Education and Skills
- Legal and Policy
- Certification and Standardization
- Community Building
- Please note, that this is the preliminary version of the roadmap. The final version will be delivered at the end of the CONCORDIA project.
- We prepared each road map as a separate brochure in order to simplify your interaction with the document.You can download only the road map which is interesting for you. We recommend also skimming through the Introduction.
- If you want to dive into the roadmap and study it in its complexity, then use the full version of the documment.