A trustmark for the Internet of Things (IoT):
The Trustable Technology Mark empowers consumers to make informed decisions & enables companies to prove their connected products are trustworthy.
For those companies who already have done the hard work, documenting their work is easy and quick. The certification process is free.
How does the trustmark work?
The Trustable Technology Mark evaluates 5 dimensions that are essential to establish the trustworthiness of a connected device. The application consists of a self-assessment questionnaire followed by a review by experts from the ThingsCon network.
Privacy & Data Practices
Is it designed using state of the art data practices, and respectful of user rights?
Is it made clear to users what the device does and how data might be used?
Is it designed and built using state of the art security practices and safeguards?
How robust is the device and how long of a life cycle can a consumer reasonably expect?
How open are both the device and the manufacturer‘s processes? Is open data used or generated?
- Note: This blog post is cross-posted from Medium. A new tool by ThingsCon in Berlin will help consumers identify which devices truly respect their privacy and security starting 6 December 2018. Every day, millions of consumers rely on trustmarks to make informed purchases. These simple icons convey critical information, like whether or not food is […]
- We’re in the final stages of launching the Trustable Technology Mark, ThingsCon‘s trustmark for IoT. Today I wanted to share some updates on where we stand, some of the decisions that led us here, and what’s going to happen next. But first things first: Special thanks to the ThingsCon community for the priceless input, to […]