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.
Stuart Lang, Financial Services Partner at EY, gave the keynote presentation at TDL’s Whose Data is it Anyway? Edinburgh event on 14th December. The rest of the speakers and audience participated in an extremely engaging and productive event notable for the discussions, or rather conversations, that were excellent and highly thought-provoking throughout. A conference report will follow in early January.
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TDL announces a new working group – in Japan! Watch out for more details on this breaking story.
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In a series of recent interviews, TDL member Ronny Bjones, Director of Cloud Identity & Privacy Services for Microsoft Engineering (Cloud & Enterprise), explains more about Sprints with insights into what the objective of them is, from TDL’s perspective as well as that of participants, including his own experience of the initiative.
Leuven, 14/15 March 2018
The spring TDL working group meeting will be hosted by KU Leuven. The meeting will review and discuss the latest activities of the three working groups, Blockchain, Personal Data and Securing ICDs as well as the current TDL Sprint and the Next Generation Sprint initiative. A draft agenda is available here.
14 December 2017
This one-day TDL event was organised in conjunction with The ID Co. and the School of Informatics University of Edinburgh. The conference discussed the new regulations, notably GDPR and PSD2, associated with privacy and the use of personal data and reflected on the realities and experiences of both businesses and consumers today and in the years to come.
Edinburgh, 24 October 2017
The autumn TDL working group meeting was hosted by the School of Informatics University of Edinburgh. The meeting reviewed and discussed the latest activities of three working groups, as well as the next stage of the evolution of the TDL's Next Generation Sprint initiative. The minutes are available on request.