Saturday December 14, 2019

A new dimension for data mining

Set up by giants IBM and MasterCard last year, Sandyford-based Trūata finds ways for companies to mine data while complying with GDPR. Emmet Ryan meets its chief privacy officer Aoife Sexton

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
19th May, 2019
Aoife Sexton previously had her own legal practice, specialising in technology and privacy Picture: Fergal Phillips

Privacy is a business, and the introduction of GDPR meant being able to be smarter around it. That creates some serious opportunities. Dublin-based Trūata is looking to find a way to keep the value in data without compromising privacy.

Trūata finds ways for companies to mine data in a way that is GDPR-compliant. It anonymises data to mean it can’t be linked back to the individual but provides general trends and segments....

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