Riddhiman Das, Co-founder and CEO, TripleBlind
On Nov. 2, Das will be a keynote speaker at Terrapinn BioData World, held in Basel, focusing on data collaboration in the genomics data space.
TripleBlind’s data sharing solution enables enterprises to freely collaborate using their most sensitive data and algorithms without ever compromising privacy. Through one-way encryption, private data can never be decrypted once shared via TripleBlind, allowing companies to more fully discover and analyze genomic data that has historically been unusable.
Tuesday, November 2, 2021
“Navigating the Privacy and Legal Challenges of Working with Genomic Data”
10:30 a.m. (CET)
Congress Centre, Basel
Participants can register here.
The TripleBlind Private Data Sharing Solution unlocks the estimated 43ZB of data stored by enterprises today that are inaccessible and not commercialized due to privacy concerns, operational complexity and regulations. The company’s patented breakthroughs in advanced mathematics enable organizations to secure larger and more diverse data sets for innovating enhanced algorithms for medical diagnoses and improved anti-fraud initiatives in financial services. It is the only technology that enables enterprises to rapidly commercialize data while maintaining compute performance; enabling analysis of all data types, such as PII, PHI, genomic data, images, and confidential financial records; and enforcing all international and regional data privacy standards, including HIPAA, GDPR, PDPR and CCPA.
TripleBlind is superior to existing solutions such as homomorphic encryption (slows compute performance), secure enclaves (siloes data), tokenization/masking/hashing and differential privacy (reduces accuracy), synthetic data (not real data), federated learning (no protections against data reconstruction) and blockchain (does not enable data sharing). Innovators including Accenture, Mayo Clinic, and Snowflake trust TripleBlind to protect sensitive data. For an overview, a live demo or a one-hour hands on workshop, firstname.lastname@example.org.