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Immuta Releases v2.2

What’s New in Immuta 2.2 The Immuta team is excited to announce our latest 2.2 release. Below are the highlights of the new major features included in the release. Global Policies Prior to Immuta 2.2, all policies were tightly coupled to the data source in Immuta. For example, if you exposed an Oracle table in...

Data Privacy vs Machine Learning at ODSC East

Machine learning is seemingly incompatible with data privacy. I gave a talk on this topic at ODSC East this Spring and my argument is that if you take the appropriate steps to data privacy and governance, it can actually be an enabler for your machine learning initiatives. We’ll dive into some history of data privacy...

Machine Learning’s Dirty Secret

Underneath all the hype and the headlines and the money pouring into artificial intelligence and machine learning, there’s a dirty secret. That secret? Almost no one knows how to utilize the technology at scale. More precisely, only a very small handful of organizations truly understand how to manage the risks of machine learning (ML) when...

AI, Healthcare and Our Friends at the University of Chicago

It’s been a big month for Immuta and our friends at the University of Chicago’s School of Medicine. In early May, our CPO Andrew Burt published a piece with Dr. Samuel Volchenboum, an associate professor of pediatrics and director of the Center for Research Informatics at the University of Chicago, in the Harvard Business Review...

Data Privacy Takes Center Stage at The World Medical Innovation Forum

A few weeks back, we attended The World Medical Innovation Forum – Artificial Intelligence in Boston, where some of the most innovative minds in technology and healthcare gathered to discuss the massive wave of disruptive innovation in the space. The focus on AI and specifically, how to turn the promise of AI in healthcare into better...

The Data Management Debate: Analytics vs. Risk and Compliance

“In 2018, data risk and compliance takes second place to analytics in importance.”                                                                                    ...

The Privacy Pro’s Guide to Explainability in Machine Learning

As modern machine learning methods grow more powerful, they also become more complex – and harder to understand. Immuta’s Legal Engineer Stuart Shirrell outlines how governance personnel should approach this trade off on the International Association of Privacy Professional’s Privacy Tech blog. Read the full article below. Click here to read the full article. 

Introducing Automated Governance Reporting

We’re excited to announce the release of an essential new feature for our customers: Automated Governance Reports, or “AGR” for short. AGR allows Immuta governors to generate instantaneous records of all activities taking place throughout their Immuta environment. Want to know every user with access to a certain data source? Build a report in simple,...

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