Live Ses­si­on 12. Novem­ber 2020 @ 11:00 – 12:00

What does a data mar­ket­place need to make par­ti­ci­pants feel safe when sharing per­so­nal and pro­prie­ta­ry data? In one word: trust.

Experts from the TRUSTS pro­ject will pre­sent their efforts to set up a GDPR-com­pli­ant Euro­pean Data Mar­ket­place based on pri­va­cy, con­fi­den­tia­li­ty and data sovereignty.

Alex­an­dra Garat­zo­gi­an­ni (L3S Rese­arch Cen­ter at Leib­niz Uni­ver­si­ty Han­no­ver), the coör­di­na­tor of the pro­ject along with Gian­na Avgous­ti (eBOS), Chris­tos Rou­pas (Rela­tio­nal) and Ben­ja­min Heit­mann (Fraun­ho­fer FIT) will intro­du­ce the goals of TRUSTS. The pro­ject aims to crea­te a data sharing plat­form for per­so­nal and indus­tri­al use by inter­con­nec­ting dif­fe­rent user groups and pro­vi­ding gene­ric func­tio­n­a­li­ties for inno­va­ti­ve app­li­ca­ti­ons and services.

The dis­cus­sion will focus on how anti-money laun­de­ring works in TRUSTS and how the use of the IDS archi­tec­tu­re will enab­le data sov­er­eig­n­ty and data pro­tec­tion mecha­nisms. Final­ly, the panelists will approach the ques­ti­on of how the indus­try can take advan­ta­ge of the pro­ject results.

The topics in a nutshell:

- TRUSTS use cases and the exper­ti­se wit­hin the project

- Anti-money laundering

– which mecha­nisms does TRUSTS app­ly, how does it work in the eBos environment

- Pri­va­cy, con­fi­den­tia­li­ty, data sovereignty

– data pro­tec­tion aspects that are par­ti­cu­lar­ly important for the use cases

- Stan­dar­di­z­a­ti­on – how data pro­tec­tion and data sov­er­eig­n­ty mecha­nisms in TRUSTS are enab­led through their ancho­ring in the IDS architecture

- View on busi­ness explo­ita­ti­on and sustainability

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