• The Trust in Digital Life’s developed Generic Trust Architecture defines requirements, functionalities and a set of building blocks and core components to deliver the main targeted functionalities for trustworthy services, including: mobile service and platform integrity, trusted stack and data life cycle management.

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GENERIC TRUST ARCHITECTURE

The Trust in Digital Life’s developed Generic Trust Architecture defines requirements, functionalities and a set of building blocks and core...

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CATEGORIES / COMPONENTS

The Generic Trust Architecture consists of different types of functionalities. A category refers to trustworthy...

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SPRINTS / EXPERIMENTS

Sprints are short experiments/working cycles to validate proof of concepts of technology concepts, interoperability and trustworthiness.


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HOW TO CONTRIBUTE?

Providers of components willing to offer their technology component via the GTAC to be evaluated have to fulfill a number of requirements...

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SPRINTS

A sprint validates a new innovative trustworthy ICT in very short project cycles (3 months). To facilitate rapid experimentation, the GTAC provides the use and validate of technology components. Results of the usage of the components in the experiments will be provided back to the providers of the components. This facilitates the uptake of research results by providing an easy means for experimentation and validation beyond the project scope in which they have been developed.

Sprints:

  • Legal online signatures: inseparable link between e-Authentication, e-Signature and e-Validation
  • Tclouds: Claim-based authentication for a healthcare application
  • Federated log-on functionality for a portfolio management application
  • eID Large Scale Pilot STORK
  • Mobile wallet
  • ISEC E-identity service for students
  • Trust as a service
  • Trusted Identity for e-Signatures: A cross border trust model using Institutional Actors
  • Trustworthy Mobile Devices: Token based MDM for Native Application Policy Enforcement
  • COSTAR: Validation of a generic architecture that is designed to identify malicious activities on a mobile device

Support for experiments

Contribute a component to the Generic Trust Architecture Centre

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