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Tag Archive: Aircloak



August 22, 2018 by Felix Bauer

Break my Life’s Work and I’ll Pay You Handsomely

Because expert validation of anonymisation approaches is really difficult, Aircloak started a bug-bounty program for its product – the Aircloak Attack Challenge. In the wake of this, a new method of measuring privacy was established and can be used for various functions in the future. Nobody has a clue about Anonymisation It’s summer 2017 in Helsinki; some of the brightest … read more


April 27, 2018 by Paul Francis

Report on the Diffix vulnerability announced by Imperial College London and CU Louvain

On April 18 researchers from the Imperial College London and CU Louvain published a vulnerability of Diffix. Diffix is the anonymization algorithm jointly designed by the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems (MPI-SWS, www.mpi-sws.org) and Aircloak GmbH (www.aircloak.com), which markets an anonymization product based on Diffix. The vulnerability was posted on the academic paper archival system arXiv here. A couple … read more


October 3, 2017 by Felix Bauer

Announcing our Seed investment

Today we are announcing our $1.3M equity investment from Speedinvest and Constantia New Business with existing shareholders Max Planck Innovation and Elephant & Castle Capital joining the round. Berlin, San Francisco, October 3, 2017 Various technology developments have led to the birth of Big Data; organizations collecting, analyzing and sharing increasing amounts of information — much of it unstructured and … read more


July 5, 2017 by Felix Bauer

Building Trust

Aircloak approved for GDPR-level anonymity for all data types and use cases by French data protection authority At Aircloak we’re fully aware that the selection of solutions that impact how a customer manages regulatory compliance, such as around GDPR with its stringent requirements and potentially very high fines, involves a lot of trust. Trust that is typically built over time … read more