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.

Breaking News

TDL, in a consortium with ten other partners from Greece, Hungary, The Netherlands, Finland, Israel, Czech Republic, Germany, Spain and the UK has secured an EU Horizon 2020 grant under the Science with and for Society (SwafS) programme.  Led by Coventry University, a two-day kick-off meeting of the project partners was hosted in Coventry joined by the project’s Advisory Board of international experts. 

CSI-COP (Citizen Scientists Investigating Cookies and App GDPR compliance) is a 30-month project which started in January 2020. It will leverage citizen science in collaboration with a trans-disciplinary team to investigate tracking-by-default in website cookies and smartphone apps. For more, read here.

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Following a recent Board of Directors meeting, TDL has announcing the formation of a new working group aimed at bolstering the trustworthiness of companies, offering products and services, primarily but not exclusively, SMEs. For more information on how to get involved, contact

Even More News!

(1) The CyberSec4Europe pilot project has entered its second year and the results of the first 12 months’ work are now available here, including the contribution of TDL itself as well as TDL members Goethe University of Frankfurt (project coordinator), University of Murcia, NEC Laboratories Europe GmbH, Conceptivity and KU Leuven.

(2) CyberSec4Europe hosted a panel discussion and reception on the evening of 24 February at the Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU, rue Montoyer 21, Brussels. The panel, comprising representatives from the Croatian and Finnish presidency, the European Data Protection Supervisor, ECSO, Article 19 and TU Delft, discussed “Governance and other issues regarding the Cybersecurity Competence Network” moderated by TDL’s David Goodman. More detailed information can be found here

The Alexandra Institute
Goethe University Frankfurt
IBM Zurich
The ID Co.
KU Leuven
Microsoft France
University of Murcia
NEC Laboratories Europe
Truxtun Capital
University of Twente