Anonymisation Solutions for
Instant Privacy Compliance
Aircloak’s patented technology is a breakthrough in data anonymisation. Aircloak Insights is the first GDPR-grade anonymisation solution capable of providing high-quality analytics while maintaining strong anonymisation.
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Aircloak Insights offers banks instant analytics that comply with complex regulations. Our approach to anonymisation is compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), irrespective of the type of data. This provides a dramatic reduction in turnaround time for new projects and increased ability to share data internally.
Aircloak helps the banking sector to
- Reduce time and cost to achieve compliance
- Open up rich and highly sensitive transactional datasets across business units and organisational borders
- Better understand the ever-evolving needs of the modern-day customer
- Remain competitive with the largely unregulated FinTech startups by developing new products tailored to their existing customers’ needs
Modern car manufacturers are heavily reliant on data. Sensitive and personal information is continuously collected through a wide array of smart sensors fitted to almost every vehicle.
Aircloak helps the automotive industry to
- Quantify the customer lifecycle from test ride, through purchase and on to the car’s resale
- Get up to the minute sales statistics across individual dealerships
- Share rich customer data between disparate business units
- Understand driving patterns and make better use of recorded geospatial data
- Reduce service costs by rapidly detecting faulty components
Service providers gather user data on every interaction their customers perform. Everything from making a call or browsing the web to streaming an on-demand show or uploading an image to social media leaves a digital trace for the service provider.
Aircloak helps service providers to
- Safely share customer data between siloed business units and across geographic borders
- Reduce time and cost to market when developing new services
- Build trust with their customers by going the extra mile to ensure data is treated and handled safely
- Dramatically increase control and reduce cost when sharing data with third parties
First True Anonymisation
Solution to Provide
Aircloak’s unique approach ensures the existing primary database is not modified in any way. Aircloak handles all data types including unstructured text.
Aircloak offers analysts a rich explorative SQL database interface. Analysts submit SQL queries and interact with the existing database to extract the requested data.
Both the queries and responses are dynamically modified by Aircloak to ensure anonymity while still providing high accuracy.
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