Secure Data Collaboration in Financial Services

Financial institutions want to collaborate on data, because of the important role they are taking in fighting financial crime.

However, sharing data in order to
collaborate is difficult because of privacy, legal and security challenges. As a result, data sharing is often simply not happening.

How do we break this paradigm? How can we enable data collaboration while preserving data sovereignty?

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CES Innovation Award Honoree

Roseman Labs is honored to be named a CES 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree in the Cybersecurity & Personal Privacy category. The winners were announced during CES Unveiled in Amsterdam on October 14, 2021.

Roseman Labs owes its election to its flagship product, Virtual Data Lake, which enables organizations to set up data collaboration without parties sharing data with each other.

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Trusted Collaboration to Combat Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is well-hidden in national and cross-border crimes and investigated by different parties (law enforcement agencies, NGOs, financial institutions). Each party has developed a solution, but few of the solutions support cross-domain collaboration.

Roseman Labs partners with the stakeholders in this ecosystem to apply MPC to address this problem.

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Secure Collaboration for the Supply Chain

Supply chains are complex, and with unforeseen events like Covid-19, efficiency is crucial. Due to the desire for a combination of collaborative optimisation and data privacy/ confidentiality, Multi-Party Computation has vast applications within Global Supply Chains. 

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Secure Net: NCSC’s partnership for rapid and safe information sharing

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC-NL), works with partners, such as Cyberveilig Nederland, Deloitte and other leading security service providers to quickly share information about digital threats.

With Roseman Labs, the NCSC develops Secure Net, the platform that enables fast and secure information sharing in The Netherlands.

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MPC to protect privacy-sensitive electricity grid data

Sustainable energy is often generated locally. This makes it a lot more complicated for grid operators to maintain the balance between energy consumption and energy production. Stedin, Technolution and Roseman Labs deployed MPC to use smart meter data with strong privacy.

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MPC Data Privacy and Security Conference by the MPC Alliance

Roseman Labs joined the MPC Data Privacy and Security Conference on October 26, 2021, organized by the MPC Alliance, a cross-industry collaboration of early adapters and suppliers of MPC technology.

Our CTO, Niek Bouman, discussed the Roseman Labs privacy-preserving solution for balancing the electricity grid.

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Virtual Data Lake 

Organizations can connect data sources with our new Virtual Data Lake solution.

The solution enables organizations to virtually combine data silos, run queries against this virtually joined data, with strong input privacy, and without the need to set up a new environment - avoiding technical and organizational hurdles.

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Analytics for Health Consortia

Data collaboration in healthcare is extremely valuable, to increase effectiveness of treatments and to provide the right care in the right place. However, health care information is very sensitive, and not easy to access.

Our solution enables organizations to perform analyses on joint data with strong privacy.

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Privacy Preserving Entity Resolution Across Orgs

A partnership between graph analytics company Knights Analytics and Roseman Labs enables companies to deploy state of the art entity resolution at scale (billions of records) across jurisdictions, companies and different data sources, while respecting the privacy boundary between those organizations.

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From our CTO: C++ Build Systems

Recently, we migrated from CMake to Meson. In this blogpost our CTO tells the story of how we got to this decision and what we got out of

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Computable Article

The IT magazine 'Computable' interviewed our CEO and featured us as "one of the most promising privacy tech startups" in The Netherlands.

It is a very readable story about our launch, and our first customers.

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