AI And Privacy

A Guide: How to Utilize Artificial Intelligence for Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Compliance

Technology is undeniably useful. It can make us more productive, and connect far-flung workforces. But every time a business or organization adopts a new piece of technology, its “attack surface” expands–and it exposes itself to more risk.  The pandemic hasn’t helped. As organizations transition to a remote environment, they’ve begun to operate via home networks…
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Data Anonymization

How to Anonymize Data

With the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) enforcement date right around the corner, lawsuits citing CCPA have already begun to emerge, and data deletion requests are piling up. Financial institutions–and other organizations–must now act immediately to comply with data privacy laws.  Of the many methods companies can use to safeguard the data in their possession,…
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Federated Learning

What is Federated Learning? And How Can Differential Privacy Make it Better?

Machine learning is a constantly growing technology. But some recent developments are particularly noteworthy for business leaders because they are paving the way for fairer, safer, more private, and more affordable machine learning algorithms.  In 2017, Google announced that machine learning models trained with user interaction from mobile devices would adopt federated learning while, in…
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