Privacy-enhanced data analytics solutions provider has been awarded ISO 27701 certification for its ability to deliver privacy and data protection by design
Category: Risk mitigation
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?
There are few certainties in 2020 given the global geo-political, social and economic landscape. What in January looked like an already complicated year changed immeasurably as Covid-19 spread around the globe. The global response by nation states to the pandemic, unprecedented in the modern era, brought the privacy of citizens to the fore yet again as governments sought to use smart devices to track the spread of the virus by collecting and processing data about the user’s movements and behavior.
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
Truata has today announced the nominations for its industry first, Top 100 Data Visionaries list are now open.
At Trūata, we believe our unique capabilities can be offered to Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and government agencies in this period of expanding lockdown measures to help governments manage the safety and security of their citizens in a manner that protects each person’s privacy.
Privacy-enhanced data and analytics solutions provider recognised for developing a structure and platform that enables clients to run analytics on anonymized customer data in a GDPR-compliant data vault
Trūata is pleased to announce the appointment of Martina Hund-Mejean to its Board of Directors, effective 1 April 2019. Ms. Hund-Mejean brings extensive experience to the Trūata Board, most notably serving as chief financial officer for Mastercard for 11 years before retiring in March of 2019.