Back in late 2019, before Covid-19 became a global issue, data had already transformed the commercial landscape and established itself as a high value business asset. However, its associated social, ethical and commercial risks were quickly identified, and a raft of data protection legislation, such as GDPR and CCPA, was established in response.
Category: Privacy and compliance
Trūata Partners with Mastercard to Launch its New Privacy-enhanced Self-service Analytics Portal for Financial Institutions
New analytics solution will empower Mastercard’s customers to drive business growth through anonymized data
Aoife Sexton is an expert in data privacy. She works at Dublin-based data anonymisation and privacy-enhancing technology company Trūata as its Chief Privacy Officer. Here, she discusses how the future of data analytics will evolve, how that data can be protected and the danger of “privacy paralysis”.
Comprehensive privacy risk assessment solution delivers the forensic ability to identify and measure the hidden privacy risks within datasets
Privacy-enhanced data analytics solutions provider has been awarded ISO 27701 certification for its ability to deliver privacy and data protection by design
The AI race is on and companies around the world are competing for global advantage in artificial intelligence-based innovation. Many experts have written off European companies in this race, based on the assumption that they will fall behind due to Europe’s perceived stricter attitudes and laws on data privacy. But is this true? Or could this privacy-focused attitude actually be a secret weapon when it comes to winning the AI race?
The list recognises individuals that are enabling organisations to unlock the value of data, lead transformation and place trust at the heart of their business
Consumer report released by Trūata sheds light on our digital shadow
Even without social distancing in place, the last decade has shown us the surge in data will only continue as services become more advanced. Here Maurice Coyle, Chief Data Scientist at Truata explains why the stakes have never been higher for content providers to maintain their offerings and why co-location services, via edge data centres, can offer the perfect solution in these unprecedented times.
The COVID-19 virus is upending life for many of us. Its ultimate impact – beyond lives tragically cut short, jobs lost and savings decimated – will take some time to understand. Data analytics is playing a critical part in the battle against the pandemic and its role is set to grow further as we adjust to these unprecedented circumstances. However, as we see the benefits of big data insights, we must not ignore the associated risks.
Truata has today announced the nominations for its industry first, Top 100 Data Visionaries list are now open.