Due to new legal restrictions, you can no longer
move data for purposes of analytics, machine learning or artificial
intelligence without adopting new technical measures that obscure
data so it's not identifiable outside prescribed areas.
Thankfully, BigPrivacy® preserves and even increases
your ability to use data.
Certain countries and customers impose restrictions on the
ability to remove identifying data beyond jurisdictional
Data localization restrictions mean that data necessary for
primary data uses (like servicing equipment) and secondary data
uses (like data analytics for product improvement, research &
development) are unavailable in locations where processing is
desired but are located outside of jurisdictional
BigPrivacy technology enforces the highest practical level of
de-identification for each data use 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 one entity (located
within a jurisdiction) and another level to another entity (located
outside the jurisdiction), depending on who controls keys necessary
to re-identify the data. In this way, the level of identifiability
is related to the entity processing the data and/or the location
where data processing occurs.