Duality Technologies has launched the enterprise-ready privacy-enhanced data collaboration platform that enables organizations to share and jointly analyze sensitive data while ensuring privacy and regulatory compliance.
The fully production-ready platform comes equipped with data science and performance capabilities that reduce the time to carry out encrypted queries on large datasets across any environment or cloud.
Enterprises need to have the ability to conduct deep analytics on data across their organization and subsidiaries, as well as with their business ecosystem: customers, partners, and suppliers. However, many are blocked by concerns around privacy, competition, and regulatory compliance.
The platform serves as a one-stop-data-collaboration solution, replacing single point tools, and is powered by cryptographic and data science techniques that eliminate concerns around data exposure while realizing the value of enterprise data.
Duality seamlessly integrates with OpenFHE, the open-source fully homomorphic encryption library, as well as supports the combination and stand-alone use of the breadth of Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) to compute on data without exposing it. These include fully homomorphic encryption, multiparty computation, federated learning, differential privacy and more.
“Enterprises are increasingly moving from applying analytics and data science to data in silos, to setting strategies for how they collaborate on information to derive greater value,” Comments, Dr. Alon Kaufman, chief executive officer and co-founder at Duality.
“The Duality platform opens up a full new set of opportunities to enhance an enterprise data strategy, while breaking down data silos.”, Kaufman continued.
Kaufman added, “Duality consolidates and builds on our years of expertise in data science, cryptography, and collaborative computing to deliver a production-ready solution that addresses enterprise needs for secure and compliant data collaboration. With Duality, organizations have the power to control how they collaborate, and consume data – compliantly and with privacy always maintained.”
Gartner recently listed privacy-enhancing computation (PEC), an umbrella term for various forward-looking and emerging techniques that maintain privacy and security, as a top three strategic technology trends for 2022, Gartner, Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2022, Bart Willemsen et al., 18 October 2021.
Duality responds directly to this trend by embedding several privacy-enhancing technologies and computations within the Duality platform, such as fully homomorphic encryption (FHE), multiparty computation (MPC), federated learning (FL), differential privacy (DP), and more.