Aircloak is a company whose ultimate goal is to create value for society by enabling responsible use of personal data.
Milestones 2014 – 2018
Aircloak in the News
– Teb’s Lab, medium.com
– Wallstreet Journal
Tools zur Anonymisierung von Daten
Einsatzmöglichkeiten für Künstliche Intelligenz bei Banken
So klappt die Anonymisierung bei Big Data
– Big Data Insider
Top tools to assess, implement, and maintain GDPR compliance
– CSO Australia
Vorgaben für die datenschutzgerechte Analyse
Cloaks for data: making money from privacy by design
– Sifted by Financial Times
Aircloak was founded by Felix Bauer, Paul Francis and Sebastian Eide in 2014. Since then they dedicated their time to develop one of the world’s most sophisticated solutions for anonymization.
Felix Bauer is the CEO and Managing Director of Aircloak. He studied Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge before starting work at the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems in Germany. In 2014 he founded Aircloak with the other co-founders Paul and Sebastian.
Felix is well-known and regarded in the privacy community in Germany and a popular speaker in the field of privacy and security.
In his free time, he is a competitive archer and an avid sailor.
Sebastian Probst Eide
Sebastian Probst Eide is CTO and responsible for the technical development of Aircloak Insights.
During his studies of computer science in Cambridge, he worked on the development of several mobile apps and interned at Google in Mountain View, California.
Sebastian loves travelling, mountaineering (minus all the parts that involve tents) and nerding out about coffee and productivity.
Paul Francis is a tenured faculty at the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems in Germany and Scientific Advisor for Aircloak
Paul has held research positions at Cornell University, ACIRI, NTT Software Labs, Bellcore, MITRE, and was Chief Scientist at two Silicon Valley startups. In the past, Paul’s research centered around routing and addressing problems in the Internet and P2P networks. In recent years, Paul’s research has focused on online privacy with a focus on anonymized analytics.