Roseman Labs wins CES Innovation Award


The Dutch company Roseman Labs has won a CES 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree in the Cybersecurity & Personal Privacy category. The winners were announced yesterday at CES Unveiled in Amsterdam. The tech event brought together top media, exhibitors and industry leaders for a sneak peek of the products and trends that will be unveiled at CES 2022, from January 5-8, 2022 in Las Vegas. There, the winning products will be showcased in a special showcase.


The CES Innovation Awards program is organized at the initiative of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). It is an annual competition celebrating innovative tech products for consumers and businesses, divided into 28 product categories. Experts from the industry, including designers, engineers and journalists, judge the entries based on innovation, engineering, functionality, aesthetics and design. Winning an Innovation Award means that the technology is considered extraordinary or revolutionary in some way. These products are at the forefront of next generation technology.

Roseman Labs owes the award to the fact that, with its flagship product, Virtual Data Lake, it enables organizations to set up data collaboration without parties sharing data with each other. Data remains at the source and the algorithm is sent to the data. Because data remains encrypted during computation, it is possible to guarantee very strong privacy and security properties.

Launching customer

Roseman Lab was founded in 2020 by tech-entrepreneurs and privacy experts Toon Segers, Niek Bouman and Roderick Rodenburg in Breda, the Netherlands, with the aim of making modern privacy technologies widely applicable, simple and scalable, with a focus on Secure Multi-Party Computation. Roseman's launching customer was the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), which, thanks to the collaboration, is now able to strengthen the picture of threats and incidents without it being visible which participant in the system provided the information. Roseman Labs also developed a method for Stedin to deploy smart meter data without impacting the privacy of users. 

"It is an incredible honour to be recognized by the CES 2022 Innovation Awards," says co-Founder and CEO of Roseman Labs, Roderick Rodenburg. "By deploying our privacy technology, data can be used that cannot be accessed with traditional techniques. This recognition is going to help us address even more societal challenges while ensuring user privacy."
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Published on: 15 October 2021