Trustable Technology Mark

A Trustmark for the Internet of Things (IoT): The Trustable Technology Mark empowers consumers to make informed decisions & enables companies to prove their connected devices are trustworthy.

Learn more about the Trustable Technology Mark and apply with your connected product at trustabletech.org

The Trustable Technology mark is a ThingsCon initiative and developed with support from the Mozilla Foundation.

How this project came to be

In 2017, we collaborated with Mozilla Foundation to explore the potential of A Trustmark for IoT (learn more) In the resulting report we identified opportunities to empower consumers to make better decisions about connected products, and to allow the companies that make responsible products to demonstrate that they go the extra mile.

In 2018, we turned this research into action. As a Mozilla Fellow, Peter Bihr took the lead in developing the concept for an open trustmark for IoT. This work will be performed as part of Mozilla’s IoT Fellows program but as fully independent research. (Full disclosure: Peter’s partner works for Mozilla.) Here’s the fellowship announcement on our blog.

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To learn more, for discussing becoming a partner, or for interview requests please get in touch:

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Upcoming 2019

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Check out our upcoming events. Salons in Berlin and Rotterdam, Unconf with peers in Berlin.

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Trustmark for IoT

Trustable Technology Mark

A Trustmark for the Internet of Things (IoT): The Trustable Technology Mark empowers consumers to make informed decisions & enables companies to prove their connected devices are trustworthy. Learn More

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Berlin 24 May 2019

ThingsCon Unconf Berlin

What if we were to re-think economic models with connected tech at hands – and public good in mind? On 24 May, join us for a small, intimate, invitation-only forum of peers and innovators Learn more about the event here.
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