Trust in Digital Life

 

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TDL One-day Conference - Multiple Views on Blockchain: Technology, Use Cases, Economics, and Policies

 

TDL is delighted to announce that it is holding a one-day conference, in partnership with the Hague Security Delta and the Institute for Financial Crime (IFFC) on 17 June in The Hague immediately following this year’s TDW event. 

The Hague Security Delta, Wilhelmina van Pruisenweg 104, 2595 AN The Hague

9:00-18:00, 17 June, 2016

The objective is to bring together researchers, practitioners, and regulators engaged in crypto-currency and blockchain activities in order to initiate a multi-disciplinary community of research and practice in this area.

Entrance is free but pre-registration by email to office@trustindigitallife.eu is required.

Preliminary Program (with further details to follow):

09:00   Opening Statements (Organisers)

09:10   Keynote (Regulator)

09:30   Panel 1: Research Foundations for Blockchain

Discussion of cryptographic foundations, protocols, as well as architectures and economic foundations 

10:40   Coffee

11:00   Panel 2: Applications in Finance: Bitcoin and Beyond

12:10   Lunch 

13:10   Keynote (Finance)

13:30   Panel 3. Applications in Enterprise, Government, and Beyond

14:40   Coffee

15:00   Panel 4: Regulatory and Societal Aspects of Blockchain

16:10   Keynote (Blockchain technologist)

16:30   Coffee

16:50   Closing remarks

17:00   Startup & technology showcase

18:00   Close

 

Trust in the Digital World 2016

This year's Trust in the Digital World event is to be held at the New Babylon Centre in The Hague on 15/16 June. For more information about the programme, please go to the event website.

TDL recommendations to NIS

Following the work undertaken by the Network and Information Security Public Private Platform (NIS Platform), in particular, the NIS Strategic Research Agenda (SRA), it became a priority for TDL to support this initiative by sharing knowledge and aligning priorities. As a result, TDL, who already had representatives involved and contributing to NIS, have concluded a short report highlighting some of the key (early) findings and recommendations, at both research and instruments level. Overall these proposed actions are aimed at complementing or supplementing the work done by the NIS Platform.

This report primarily targets the NIS Platform’s SRA, prepared by its WG3, and focusses on issues related to cybersecurity research and innovation in the context of the EU strategy for cybersecurity. However, the report is also relevant for other NIS WGs (i.e. WG1 on risk management and WG2 on information sharing) and the SRA community at large.

Find it on the publications page.


Trust in Digital Life (TDL)

The Trust in Digital Life (TDL) community was formed by leading industry partners and knowledge institutes that hold trust and trustworthy services to be an essential ingredient of the digital economy. The TDL community is committed to enabling a trustworthy ecosystem that protects the rights of citizens while creating new business opportunities.

To this end, TDL will research, pilot and incubate trustworthy ICT services and technologies in an innovative environment.

TDL will form the bridge between citizens entitled to the best possible services and an industry that develops devise, applications and services that protect them from Internet threats and provides them at an affordable price.

A major focus will be on the European research and business agenda.


Vision statement

Our vision is a vibrant digital Europe that benefits both business and citizens and that all have reason to trust.
 

Mission statement

TDL’s mission is to create a trusted ecosystem that protects data and assets of citizens and enterprises through which industry can provide innovative and trustworthy ICT products and solutions across Europe.


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