Trust in Digital Life

Trust in Digital Life is a membership association comprising leading industry partners and knowledge institutes who exchange experience, share customer, market and technology insights, with the intention of improving the quality of trustworthy digital services and platforms available through joint research and development. Our vision is of a vibrant European Digital Single Market that benefits and can be trusted by both businesses and citizens. Find out more about what we do.

Just Published!

TDL has just published its ‘GDPR for SMEs’ providing guidance for small and medium-sized businesses on how to approach data protection compliance

Breaking News!

TDL is delighted to announce that the keynote speakers for  Data Protection and Open Banking: Experiences and Expectations are:

  • 14:30, Thursday, Paul Nemitz, Principal Advisor, DG for Justice and Consumers, European Commission will be exploring The Surprises of the GDPR and the Lessons for the Regulation of Artificial Intelligence; and
  • 09:00, Friday, Michael Salmony, Executive Advisor to Board of Directors, equensWorldline/Worldline  SE/Atos will provide his perspectives on The Convergence of Open Banking initiatives and PSD2

14:30 – 17:30, Thursday 25 October: Learning To Live With The GDPR
Session 1: 14:30-15:50 The Ups, Downs and Surprises Of GDPR So Far
Session 2: 16:10-17:30 How Well Is GDPR Working?
The above two sessions are ‘side events‘ of the 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners@icdppc2018.

09:00 – 13:00, Friday 26 October: Making The Most Of PSD2
Session 1: 09:30-11:00 The PSD2 Experience To Date
Session 2: 11:15-12:45 What Next?

Register now – free entrance for all TDL members! Data Protection and Open Banking: Experiences and Expectations is hosted by Jones Day in Brussels and sponsored by NEC Laboratories Europe GmbH .

More Breaking News!

Skills for Jobs in the Digital Era – a Digital Enlightenment Forum Workshop
8 November 2018, Brussels
In a world facing serious disruptions created by AI and other technologies on education and training for the changing job market, action is needed to think about and develop new forms of education and training that fit better to the requirements of the world of tomorrow. DigEnlight will bring together technology and policy experts who can inform participants in the workshop on existing and newly needed policy and other initiatives. The workshop aims at producing recommendations for pertinent EU policy, including for the new 2021-2028 Framework Programme. It also strives to enable participants to interact and take new ideas back with them to work out in their own environments or in future partnerships and collaborations.
Participation in the workshop is free.

The Alexandra Institute
Deutsche Telekom M-Chair, Goethe University
IBM Zurich
The ID Co.
KU Leuven
Microsoft France
University of Murcia
NEC Laboratories Europe
Truxtun Capital
University of Twente