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Privitar allows Gut Reaction to easily, readily, and repeatedly de-identify data so they can maintain privacy and still allow access for research.
In conjunction with leading analyst firm Bloor Research, we’ve compiled some of the biggest takeaways from our State of Analytics Report. Below you’ll find the highlights of our study with…
Privitar hosts an exclusive conversation around upcoming data privacy legislation in North America with Kate Lucente at DLA Piper, Justin Yedor at BakerHostetler, and Paul McCormack of Privitar. You’ll walk…
A whitepaper on the five major five key considerations to ensure your data stays safe, accessible, and usable in the cloud.
A deep dive webinar into the technology that powers data provisioning and privacy security at Privitar, hosted with Great Data Minds.
A webinar discussing the five dimensions of modern data provisioning with real world insights from Privitar and AWS with support from Aberdeen Strategy & Research
As the regulatory landscape continues to evolve, the tools that collect, store and process data evolve as well. Gartner predicts that by 2023, 65 percent of the world’s population will have its personal data covered under modern privacy regulations.”
Many have adopted a data marketplace or exchange model to get more data in front of more users faster than ever. Every organization needs to consider how its users will know which data assets are safe to use.
See how to apply data principles, practices, and frameworks to go beyond just talking about data as an asset.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) dramatically changed the regulatory landscape for privacy in the United States. Among the CCPA’s many new requirements, one right is proving a particular challenge for many businesses: the right to delete.
In this panel, TDWI senior research director James Kobielus will lead data industry experts in a discussion of the challenges associated with deploying, governing, and managing data in distributed cloud fabrics.
Data Privacy for Chat which makes it possible to leverage conversational text for analysis and gain access to a whole new world of insights and information.