The quest for the best security with privacy considerations and anonymity may have been discovered by DC-based Anonos. The company has been issued U.S. Patents for its pioneering solutions to architecturally enforce controlled conditions capable of satisfying even the most stringent U.S. and EU data privacy regulations.
Anonos technology and intellectual property works by producing de-identified, but fully usable, data with no greater likelihood of re-identification than that of highly encrypted data. Yet, while Anonos is fully compatible with all methods of encryption, it neither relies upon nor requires encryption itself. Rather, Anonos architecturally enforces desired levels of data privacy, security, and value, while enabling authorized, trusted third parties to enforce policies at a granular data element level using a much wider range of quantifiable policy controls than previously possible.
Anonos solutions thus unlock the true value of data, transforming it into business intelligence by replacing old-style static access controls with technologically enforced dynamic permissions applied per-element and per-use instead of across entire records or applications. This dramatically reduces the value of data to attackers, while enabling compliance-driven access controls and protecting personal information from unauthorized and inappropriate use.
Anonos Dynamic De-Identification and Anonymity / Just-In-Time-Identity (JITI) technologies and intellectual property:
1 Enforce privacy policies: Dynamic and concurrent architecturally enforced policies enable access control per data element and table instance, with unlimited instances available simultaneously on demand.
2 Enhance security: Source data is intentionally worthless to unauthorized parties and freely portable when decoupled from the JITI enforcement ecosystem, even in cases where super users have broad visibility due to revocation of ephemeral key credentials.
3 Enable privacy / security respectful innovation: Data utility is maximized as a matter of policy, compliance, commercial, and societal objectives, without hindrance by restrictive and inflexible security controls.
Anonos solves the problem of delivering data privacy and security while empowering users to leverage the full power of their data. For companies, Anonos technology and intellectual property can transform information at the data element level to deliver security while preserving the value of underlying data for deep analysis. For individuals, Anonos tools can provide controls for data subjects to share information in a controlled manner that allows them to receive personalized information, services and offerings, while protecting against misuse of their data. Anonos’ patented and patent-pending technologies and intellectual property obscure and anonymize information at the data element level while preserving the full value of all the underlying data.
Anonos Founders Gary LaFever and Ted Myerson helped revolutionize data risk management protection for worldwide financial markets with their prior company, FTEN. In 2010, NASDAQ acquired FTEN, where its solutions today form an integral part of real-time data risk management technology around the globe for financial markets.
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