The Future of Privacy Forum and the Israel Tech Policy Institute launched the Privacy Tech Alliance during CyberWeek 2019 to promote the market for privacy protective technologies internationally, facilitate the development of new technologies, and maximize value for innovators and investors.
“As the data ecosystem and regulatory requirements grow more complex, companies need technical solutions from innovators in this emerging sector,” said Jules Polonetsky, CEO of the Future of Privacy Forum and a co-founder of the Israel Tech Policy Institute. “Our goal is to encourage the social benefits of technology that allows for data-driven insights while minimizing privacy risks.”
The Privacy Tech Alliance brings together innovative startups and academics in the privacy space with companies and government agencies that need solutions and investors who see potential upside. Learn more about the Privacy Tech Alliance.
The fifth Haifa Security and Privacy Research Seminar that will be held at IBM Research – Haifa on December 2, 2019. The seminar will provide a forum for the security communities from both academia and industry to share innovative work, exchange ideas, discuss progress, and address challenges.
This year’s seminar will put emphasis on privacy preserving and trusted computing, which allows companies to operate on protected data to ensure their clients’ privacy while keeping the data useful. It focuses how to apply mechanisms to preserve privacy, such as encryption and multi-party computation – without giving up valuable information that can be derived from the data. This year’s Security & Privacy Seminar at IBM Research – Haifa will address these types of privacy preserving technologies in their various forms.
The seminar will take place in the IBM Research – Haifa auditorium. Participation is free of charge but registration is required.Register Now