Later this year, we’ll publish the 10th annual Online Trust Audit & Honor Roll, which promotes responsible online privacy and data security practices and recognizes leaders in the public and private sectors who have embraced them. This morning, we released the methodology we’ll use for this year’s audit.
For OTA and Internet Society OMAC Members
Get involved and help shape the future of online trust! Complete the form by selecting your member company (organization). Note you must use an email account with a domain associated with your organization, (For security and authentication purposes Yahoo, Gmail, Outlook and other domains are not accepted). After you submit this form and it is approved, you will receive an email confirmation. (Please allow 48 hours for your request to be approved). Your confirmation email will include a one-time link to set your password. Once you log in, you will be able to easily sign up for the various OTA committees and working groups.
By default you will receive OTA’s Members only weekly newsletter. This newsletter provides information on current trends and issues as well as access to opportunities for committee participation and webinars. Please note the newsletter are confidential and not to be shared outside your organization.
To realize the full benefits of OTA membership, members are encouraged to sign up and participate in any and all OTA’s discussion lists/committees. Note these lsits are a members only private forum for the exchange of information btween members. "Chatham House Rule" applies.
For an overview of the working groups/committees visit, https://otalliance.org/