Today, the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) released the 2015 OTA Email Unsubscribe Audit, analyzing which leading e-commerce sites are enabling consumers to easily opt out of email. 75 percent of the top 200 online retailers moved beyond compliance, demonstrating a commitment to user empowerment and control of their inboxes. These companies have been named to the 2015 Unsubscribe Honor Roll, recognizing excellence in marketing practices. Download the report.
Today, the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) released the Smart Device Purchase and Set-Up Checklist to help protect the security and privacy of consumers who buy or receive smart or connected devices.
Today, the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) and the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) released a Smart Home Checklist in recognition of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The Checklist offers guidance to help home buyers, renters and sellers manage the privacy and security of their smart homes and devices.
Online Trust Alliance Audit Finds 74% of U.S. Presidential Candidates’ Websites Fail to Respect Americans’ Privacy
Last week, the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) released an audit of the 23 major Presidential candidates’ websites and how they guard voters’ privacy and security. This is a special report and complements OTA’s annual e-commerce online trust audit and Honor Roll. Join us this Friday, September 25th for a webinar to discuss the findings.
46% of 1,000 Leading Websites Fail Online Trust Alliance Trust Audit Names 2015 Most Trustworthy Commerce Sites
The Online Trust Alliance (OTA), the non-profit with the mission to enhance online trust, announced today the results of its 2015 Online Trust Audit & Honor Roll — the de facto online security and privacy standard for the world’s top companies.
The Online Trust Alliance (OTA), the non-profit with the mission to enhance online trust, announced today that it is leading an initiative to develop a security, privacy and sustainability trust framework for Internet of Things (IoT) devices.