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.
The Future EU Cybersecurity Assessments Roundtable held on 22 May at the Press Club, Brussels was co-organised by TDL and New Europe and brought together representatives from the European Institutions, academia and industry to discuss best practices in the security assessment area. The EU Cybersecurity Act, currently under discussion at the European Parliament and at the Council of the EU, has generated considerable debate. Key stakeholders shared their views on risk analysis, best practices, certification frameworks, self-assessment techniques, and other challenges the EU needs to address to create a safer computing ecosystem for its citizens.
The roundtable opened with a welcome from TDL Chairman Amardeo Sarma and followed by a keynote from Peter Kouroumbashev MEP. Moderated by Riccardo Masucci (Intel), interventions were given by Dr. Ludmila Georgieva (Permanent Representation of Austria to the EU), Aristotelis Tzafalias (European Commission), Aidan Ryan (ENISA), Professor Bart Preneel (KU Leuven), Professor Tanja Lange (TU Eindhoven), Olaf Tettero (Brightsight), Corinna Schulze (SAP) and Dr. Claire Vishik (Intel).
Read about Professor Bart Preneel’s keynote presentation at the March TDL members’ meeting in Leuven on ‘The Future of Security and Privacy’.
At the recent meeting in Leuven, the Board of Directors agreed to incorporate an Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning workstream into TDL’s 2018-19 work programme.
TDL has recently published two documents: a report on the Whose Data Is It Anyway? conference in December; and Online Digital Signatures: Challenges and Opportunities
Brussels, 22 May 2018
The growth of the EU cybersecurity market – in terms of products, services and processes – is being held back, not least due to lack of a recognised cybersecurity certification scheme. TDL is pleased to announce a half-day roundtable event on 22 May in collaboration with New Europe and the Press Club featuring key policymakers and influencers discussing details of certification in the context of the upcoming cybersecurity act.
Leuven, 14/15 March 2018
The spring TDL working group meeting was hosted by KU Leuven. Professor Bart Preneel gave the keynote address. The meeting reviewed and discussed 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. The meeting report is available below.
14 December 2017
This one-day TDL event was organised in conjunction with School of Informatics and The ID Co. in Edinburgh. Panelists and delegates discussed the new regulations, notably GDPR and PSD2, associated with privacy and the use of personal data and examined the realities and experiences of both businesses and consumers today and in the years to come. The conference report is available below.