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.
Whose Data Is It Anyway?, TDL’s first personal data one-day event, is a collaboration between the Personal Data Working Group, The ID Co and others to be held on 25 October 2017 in Edinburgh and open to all who register.
The objective of the day will be to leave with a better understanding of what the world might look like three to five years after the new regulations on privacy and the use of personal data have been in force from the perspectives of everyone from businesses, large and small, to consumers. If you are responsible for other people’s personal data and are concerned what the future might hold, this event is for you. To find out more, go here!
TDL members will also participate in a regular working group meeting on 24 October 2017 in Edinburgh.
This one-day TDL event is organised by the Personal Data Working Group and hosted in Edinburgh by The ID Co. and others. The “Whose Data Is It Anyway?” conference will discuss the various regulations, notably GDPR and PSD2, associated with privacy and the use of personal data and reflect on the realities and experiences of both businesses and consumers so far.
Edinburgh, 24 October 2017
The next TDL working group meeting will be hosted by The ID Co. in Edinburgh. The meeting will review and discuss the latest activities of the three working groups, Blockchain, Personal Data and Securing ICDs as well as the next stage of the evolution of the TDL Sprints following the Next Generation Sprint workshop held in May in Heidelberg. More information about the meeting will be available shortly
Brussels, 6 June 2017
Featuring speakers from government, industry and academia, this one-day workshop in collaboration with New Europe explored how they are working together towards a common aim. While researchers investigate the technology itself, entrepreneurs are exploring the opportunities to develop new applications. The presentations can be found here