Due to the GDPR and other new rules, you can no
longer use data in the cloud for analytics, machine learning or
artificial intelligence (AI) without adopting new technical
measures that obscure data so it's not identifiable.
Thankfully, BigPrivacy® preserves and even increases
your ability to use data in the cloud.
Cloud Computing Facts
Cloud computing customers resist having sensitive information
required for primary data uses (like servicing equipment), and
secondary data uses (like data analytics for product improvement,
research & development) processed in cloud environments outside the
control of the customers.
BigPrivacy technology enforces the highest practical level of
de-identification for different data uses to achieve the optimal
balance between the utility of data and the protection of privacy
and security of data.
Using BigPrivacy controlled linkability, the same data can
represent one level of de-identified data to a customer and another
level to a cloud provider, depending on who controls the keys
necessary to re-identify the data. In this way, the level of
identifiability is related to the processing done by each