Privitar empowers organizations to use sensitive data to gain valuable insights, and to support data-driven decisions. By delivering comprehensive data privacy techniques and streamlining data provisioning, Privitar enables enterprises to extract the maximum value from the data they collect, manage and use, while minimizing risk.
To date, Privitar has raised more than $150 million in funding, led by Warburg Pincus, Accel, Partech, IQ Capital, Salesforce Ventures, ABN AMRO Ventures and HSBC. The company’s international customer base includes Global 2000 banking, healthcare, insurance, life sciences, professional services, retail and telecommunications companies like HSBC, Citi, the UK’s National Health Service and AstraZeneca.
Privitar was founded in 2014, and is headquartered in London, with regional headquarters in Boston and Singapore, a development center in Warsaw, and sales and services locations throughout the US and Europe.
After witnessing the lack of consideration for data protection when adopting big data platforms firsthand, Jason Du Preez shares his insights and experiences within the space. We discuss how CEOs can make data privacy part of their leadership roadmap. On the topic of HR and bias data, we explore what it means for leadership.
We also talk about COVID-19 and its effect on how businesses approach data privacy, especially as we see an increase in contract tracing in the workplace and beyond. Finally, we discuss the ethical concerns surrounding data privacy and how businesses can move forward without jeopardizing employees’/customer’s personal data or productivity.
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