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, with the friendly support of the Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU, is delighted to announce the third Building Trust in AI roundtable following the two previous successful roundtables in March and June.  From 11:00-13:00 on 22 October, the roundtable will explore the impact of AI on standardisation, liability and cybersecurity followed by a light lunch and networking. Watch this space for more! This event is open to all and is free of charge – please register with

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TDL is hosting an afternoon event with the friendly support of the Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU. The meeting is a review of TDL’s engagement on EU projects, current proposals and future prospects for member involvement. The Annual General Assembly takes place at 16:00 and will finish at 17:00. The event includes lunch and networking

Even More News!

TDL, in collaboration with the Digital Enlightenment Forum, organised ‘Towards Trustworthy Digital Identity in Europe‘ on the afternoon of 3 July from 13:30 to 16:00. The two and a half hour event, hosted by the Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU, was preceded by a light lunch and networking. Our workshop brought together people to discuss the steps needed on top of eIDAS, to make identification and authentication on the Internet easy and trustworthy. Starting with a keynote presentation on eIDAS and its foreseen future developments from Andrea Servida, the workshop continued with presentations of private systems existing or under development that are privacy-respecting and easy to use and which can build on existing government or otherwise-backed identity data. A report on attribute-based systems, self-sovereign identity and blockchain-based identity was then complemented by a presentation on the problems of governments to make progress to develop citizen-friendly eID systems.

More can be found at Towards Trustworthy Digital Identity in Europe 

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