IoT TrustMark meeting at LSE
The Open Internet of Things Certification Mark is a global community-led effort to develop a consumer-facing certification mark for connected products that take advantage of any communications technologies to function.
The IoT trustmark seeks to involve European IoT community members in discussing and defining which aspects of IoT development might be made transparent. This project is itself an alternative argument in support of a vision of Open IoT development, and has emerged as a key site for ongoing research.
The last October Virt-EU researchers from LSE organized and supported a meeting where the researchers facilitated a discussion on existing ethical frameworks on privacy.