Data Privacy Conference

A product and engineering conference

Usage of Cryptographic Primitives for Data Sharing

Submitted Mar 15, 2021

Data Sharing between organisations is one of the common approaches followed by many organisations for various purposes like understanding the user behaviour, KYC activities or for identifying the Purchase/Affordability capacities etc,.

Solving these use cases with a privacy first mindset is very important as most of these activities may not involve the customers directly or use the data available with the organisation. As per multiple regulations like GDPR, PDP etc, organisations are responsible for storing their customers data securely and for sharing of sensitive data like PII data or financial data etc.

As part of this talk, we will cover different approaches the organisations can follow to reduce the plain text data-sharing with their partners. We will also be discussing the different use cases where usage of cryptographic primitives like Hashing, Encryption and data structures like BloomFilter can help in reducing the plain text data-movement.

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