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Immuta Engages with EU Supervisory Authorities, Including the French Data Protection Authority, to Demonstrate GDPR Compliance

Immuta has long recognized the importance of engaging with regulators – both to understand how they plan to interpret and enforce emerging privacy and security laws, and to present our own internal research (in the hopes that they might benefit from our expertise). Today we’re excited to share the details of these engagements, and to...

RADAR, LLC Pings Immuta for Enhanced Access and Control of Internal Data Used for Business Analysis

Immuta, the leading provider of enterprise data management solutions for artificial intelligence (AI), today announced a new customer relationship with RADAR, LLC, whose patented incident response management and breach decision-support platform is the first and only to automate the multi-factor risk assessment.   With Immuta’s data management platform, RADAR can now author and enforce complex data...

Anonymizing Personal Data: Where Do We Stand Now?

In this exclusive Privacy & Data Protection Journal article, Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon, Senior Privacy Counsel with Immuta and Professor in Information Technology Law and Data Governance at the University of Southampton, explores the continuing confusion around whether personal data may be truly anonymized, and advises on how to do so using a risk-based approach. Click here...

7 Legal Principles to Stay Ahead of the Regulatory Curve

Just this year, countries that constitute 50% of the world’s GDP are considering or enforcing stricter data regulations. California, China, and Brazil, for instance, are forcing companies to safeguard and give their customers more control over their data. From fines of 2-4% of a company’s global revenue to criminal sanctions in China — to ignore...

Immuta GDPR Expert to Present on Data Protection by Design at The Gartner Data & Analytics Summit in London

Immuta today announced the details of its participation as an exhibitor at the 2019 Gartner Data & Analytics Summit in London, UK, taking place March 4 – 6. Read the full press release here.

Why Differential Privacy Should Be Top of Mind for Data Science and Governance Teams

On 30 January I taught a masterclass on de-identification organised by the Future of Privacy Forum together with Khaled El Emam from Privacy Analytics. The audience comprised industry representatives, policy and law-makers mainly from the European Union. My goal was to cover the topic of differential privacy in an easy-to-digest manner, and to highlight the...

News Release: Immuta Expands Legal Engineering Team to Support the Growing Compliance Requirements of Enterprises Implementing Machine Learning

Today Immuta  announced that Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon, a leading expert on the European Union (EU)’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), has joined the company as Senior Privacy Counsel and Legal Engineer. Sophie joins Chief Privacy Officer and Legal Engineer Andrew Burt, alongside Privacy Counsel and Legal Engineer Daniel Wu, on the company’s growing team of legal engineers tackling the...

Alphabet’s $57 Million Data Fine: Drop in the Bucket, or Sign of Trouble Ahead?

“This is really the starting bell for U.S. technology companies operating in an EU dominated by the GDPR — I’d expect this to be the beginning of many future fines and struggles, which will revolve around the core business model of companies like Google, Facebook and more,” said Andrew Burt of Immuta. Read the full...

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