If one or more of the above resonates, join the Trusted Data Transaction pre-standardization workshop program and register on the CEN website.
Building trust is critical to foster a strong, resilient data economy. Trust is a cornerstone of data exchange as it cements the relationship and drives collaboration between all parties involved in a data transaction.
Joining the Trusted Data Transaction pre-standardization workshop program enables you to take part in the debate and discussions on how to create trust in data transactions, ultimately contributing to the emergence of data exchange standards.
You are interested and motivated in participating in the Trusted Data Transaction pre-standardization workshop program, we are looking forward to welcoming you.
The Trusted Data Transaction workshop program relies on the CEN, the European Committee for Standardization, a recognized and official pre-standardization association that will coordinate and structure the program, set the process and governance. The association has been selected for its thorough methodology and approach to create standards and norms.
The description of the program and how to contribute to the workshops is presented on the CEN dedicated Trusted Data Transaction workshop webpage. It will also be introduced during the official kickoff meeting to be held on March 10, 2023.
In order to participate in the CEN Trusted Data Transaction pre-standardization workshop program, a financial contribution will be requested to cover the CEN process initiation, workshop announcement, meetings and all other supporting activities that will be deemed necessary for the progress of the program throughout the 18 months of its duration.
Registration is already open. Connect to the CEN website on the Workshop on Trusted Data Transaction dedicated page to register.
The Trusted Data Transaction pre-standardization workshop program is the result of the collaboration of co-proposers Fraunhofer ISST, TNO and Dawex, as well as experts and practitioners from the corporate world, research organizations and academia.
Contribute to the collaborative work impulsed by a group of experts involved in data exchange innovations and principles, and participate in the Trusted Data Transaction workshop program, a global pre-standardization initiative whose objectives are to define the principles of a trusted data transaction.