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Tag Archive: Compliance



February 13, 2019 by Nicolas Sartor

Certification for GDPR-compliant Anonymity: Real Anonymization or just another Risk Assessment?

There are plenty of different perspectives on data anonymity: Legal, economical, technological and of course ethical ones. At the CPDP 2019 conference, Aircloak hosted a panel that brought all these different views together at one table. The panel has investigated one of the most pressing questions currently facing us in the field of data anonymization: What are the problems and … read more


February 11, 2019 by Paul Francis

The 4 Pillars of GDPR Compliance Assurance in Data Anonymization

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) states that anonymous data is not personal data, and therefore does not fall under the purview of GDPR. The GDPR, in Recital 26, defines anonymous as: “…information which does not relate to an identified or identifiable natural person or to personal data rendered anonymous in such a manner that the data subject … read more


July 23, 2018 by Nicolas Sartor

Data Compliance in the GDPR – How anonymization allows you to stay compliant in your data analysis

Data protection is becoming increasingly relevant in the public debate. Numerous examples have recently shown that companies are confronted with serious consequences in the event of data breaches. Ensuring proper data protection is therefore more important than ever. In order to strengthen the rights of the user and to protect privacy, we must generally change how we handle data. The … read more


October 16, 2017 by Felix Bauer

Announcing the first ever bug bounty program for a privacy protection solution

Today we are announcing our “Aircloak Privacy Challenge” at the IAPP’s Privacy. Security. Risk. 2017 conference. This unique bounty program rewards privacy professionals, researchers and hackers who manage to break the company’s patented privacy protection methodology, with a total of 15,000 USD. Applications for the challenge to re-identify anonymized data start today. … read more