Royal Society calls on public sector to pilot privacy tech

Royal Society calls on public sector to pilot privacy tech

Privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs) could help the NHS and other public institutions unlock “life-saving” data without compromising people’s privacy, says the Royal Society. PET is an umbrella terms that refers to range of technologies and approaches – such as homomorphic encryption and synthetic data – that are designed to maintain an information system’s functionality while minimising the amount of personal data it has access to. According to the Royal Society, increased PET adoption can benefit a number of applications and […]

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