Trust in Digital Life

Trust in Digital Life (TDL) is a membership association comprising leading multinational corporations, SMEs, universities and research institutes who exchange experience, share market and technology insights to make digital services in Europe and beyond trustworthy, reliable and safe. TDL helps both protect the rights of citizens and create new business opportunities in the European Digital Single Market.  TDL is a place where members exchange ideas, about leading edge technology, services and legislation providing new insights and innovation that can lead to policy recommendations and influence. Find out more who we are and what we do

Horizon 2020 Project Involvement

(1) The 47-month CyberSec4Europe pilot project that started on 1 February 2019 is now in its fourth year and will finish at the end of December 2022. Over the three days, 1-3 June, CyberSec4Europe, together with the other three pilots ECSO, CONCORDIA and SPARTA, organised CONVERGENCE NEXT, an opportunity to discuss results and expectations around the European Cybersecurity Competence Centre (ECCC) in Bucharest. All deliverables submitted during the project are 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. The CyberSec4Europe consortium consists of 43 partners from 20 Member States and two Associated Countries as well as over 40 Associate Partners and more than 150 Friends.

(2) CSI-COP (Citizen Scientists Investigating Cookies and App GDPR compliance) is a 42-month Horizon 2020 project under the Science with and for Society (SwafS) programme which started in January 2020 that is leveraging a European-wide community of citizen scientists in collaboration with a trans-disciplinary team to investigate tracking-by-default in website cookies and smartphone apps. The CSI-COP consortium is led by Coventry University with nine other partners (including TDL!) from Greece, Hungary, Finland, Israel, Czech Republic, Germany, Spain and the UK.

The goals of CSI-COP include:

  • Raise awareness of data protection rights accorded in the GDPR
  • Foster a culture of privacy-preserving development in digital technologies
  • Nurture citizen science pro-privacy champions

Would you like to find out more about CSI-COP - go here.

Would you like to become a citizen scientist - this is how to get involved.

Read about how it started here.

Goethe University Frankfurt
KU Leuven
Microsoft France
University of Murcia
NEC Laboratories Europe
Truxtun Capital