Use case

Mitigate risk

From privacy and regulatory concerns, to fearing the loss of commercial IP and uncertainty surrounding new products, risk can inhibit innovation. Increase chances of success and protect against risks by providing access to the insight from data, not the personal information found in data.

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By 2025, 50% of large organizations will adopt privacy-enhancing computation for processing data in untrusted environments and multiparty data analytics use cases.

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Through 2022, less than 5% of data-sharing programs will correctly identify trusted data and locate trusted data sources.


The real and perceived risks of data sharing

Privacy, ethics, trust, transparency, external threats and regulatory restrictions loom over efforts to share data, inhibiting potential opportunities.

Losing a competitive edge

Will sharing data with partners and suppliers risk commercial IP or facilitate the development of rival products and services?

Another layer of complexity

With new technology being added all the time as organisation digitally transform, providing access to data could bring additional complexity to already sprawling apps, services and solutions.

How AIRtech® helps

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Aggregated insights, not data

The AIR Platform gives access to the insight from data, not the personal information found in data. It enables business intelligence to be revealed while protecting privacy, remaining compliant and reducing risks connected with data sharing without inhibiting innovation.

Better informed products

With faster and easier access to data, go-to-market risk is reduced with organisations confident their new products are backed by the latest intelligence.

Simplifying access

No scattered access and access rights to your data. just the AIR Platform to bridge everything and provide a single point of entry.

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‘92% of businesses say they will lose revenue if regulators don’t evolve to keep pace with disruptive change.’


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