The Trustable Technology mark

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 aim to turn this research into action. As a Mozilla Fellow, Peter Bihr takes 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.

Milestone updates

This is a work in progress. We will update this page to share our learnings (and failures!). To follow along, the trustmark category on this blog is the place to be. To dig deeper, here are good starting points (most current up top):

Learn more about the trustmark

This presentation shows the current state of our thinking. Please note that it is a work in progress and subject to change.

The draft version of the trustmark application form is available for public review here.

The trustmark in the media

We're happy that the trustmark has been getting some attention in the media and elsewhere online, including the Wall Street Journal and Offscreen Mag:

Get in touch

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

  • General inquiries & partnerships: trustabletech@thingscon.com
  • Interview requests via Peter Bihr: peter@thewavingcat.com