Privacy by Design

Combining the power of Privacy enhancing technologies (PETs) with innovative privacy engineering practices,
we ensure that privacy is fundamental in every product and service we offer.

We uphold the highest standards of data protection with our privacy by design philosophy,
powered by state-of-the-art privacy enhancing technologies and robust privacy engineering practices.

Unified Privacy Risk  Assessment

Privacy risk scoring:

Privacy risk scoring is a method that quantifies the level of risk associated with a data flow or data assets. It involves assigning numerical or qualitative scores based on regulations or frameworks that govern data protection, such as GDPR in the EU, DPDP in India, CPRA in the US, or PDPL in Saudi Arabia. These scores help visualize the degree of privacy threats and provide mitigation recommendations in accordance with applicable privacy frameworks & regulations.
Privacy Attack Simulation:
Privacy attack simulations, such as singling out attack, linkage attack, outlier attack, and inference attack, are methodologies used to evaluate the vulnerabilities and risks associated with in data assets / flows. These attacks aim to exploit weaknesses in data protection measures to uncover sensitive information that can compromise an individual's privacy.

Privacy Threat  Modeling

Privacy threat modelling is a structured approach used to identify, assess, and mitigate potential privacy risks and threats to an organization's systems, processes, or applications. It is a proactive method for understanding and addressing privacy concerns early in the development or implementation of technology or business processes. Privacy threat modelling helps organizations make informed decisions about how to protect individuals' personal information and comply with data protection regulations.


A Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) is a systematic process used to identify, evaluate and document the potential impact of processing personal data on the privacy and data protection rights of individuals. DPIAs are required under the Multiple global regulations for certain types of processing activities that are likely to result in high risks to individuals' data protection rights. The main purpose of a DPIA is to identify and mitigate these risks. It typically includes an analysis of the necessity and proportionality of the data processing, as well as the implementation of technical safeguards to ensure compliance with data protection regulations.

Privacy Preservation  & anonymization

Privacy preservation and anonymization are techniques and principles used to safeguard the privacy of individuals' personal information when handling, sharing, or analysing data.

Synthetic Data

Synthetic data refers to the process of generating artificial datasets that mimic the characteristics and statistical properties of real-world data without containing any actual, sensitive, or personally identifiable information. Synthetic data is designed to be a privacy-preserving alternative to real data, allowing organizations to perform various tasks, such as research, testing, or analysis, without exposing individuals' private information.

Cryptographic data  collaboration

Cryptographic Pseudonymization and encrypted data collaboration are critical strategies for safeguarding sensitive information in data processing and sharing scenarios. It involves replacing or encrypting personally identifiable data with unique identifiers, protecting individuals' privacy while retaining data utility.

AI & LLM  Governance

With Rise of New GenAI and LLMs there is a new threat emerging of revealing sensitive or private data to these models. Using Tools like PrivaGPT users can carefully redesign prompts that prevent such revelations. Thus helping organizations to reap the benefits of AI and create a responsible, privacy-conscious AI solutions that respect individuals' privacy rights, comply with regulations.

Privacy Preserved  Insights Sharing

Privacy-preserved insights sharing is a crucial practice for organizations, especially those with international operations or handling cross-border data. It ensures that sensitive information remains protected, aligning with global data protection and cross-border regulations. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in severe legal and financial penalties. Therefore, organizations must adopt a comprehensive approach to preserve privacy while harnessing the valuable insights data can provide.

Enterprise Privacy Journey

Enterprise’s Privacy Journey with NIST

NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, offers a comprehensive guideline for organizations to effectively manage and prioritize privacy risks. This structured approach aligns privacy practices with business objectives while upholding individuals' privacy rights. The NIST Privacy Framework encompasses key privacy principles, practices, and a robust risk management process, enabling organizations to build and maintain strong privacy programs. Embrace the NIST Privacy Framework to enhance transparency, accountability, and trust in your data privacy practices.


"Identify" is about understanding the scope and nature of personal data processing within an organization. This includes identifying the types of personal data collected, processed, and stored, as well as the purposes for which it is used.


"Govern" refers to the establishment and enforcement of policies and procedures that ensure compliance with relevant privacy laws and regulations. This includes defining roles and responsibilities, setting privacy policies, and establishing mechanisms for oversight and accountability.


"Control" means implementing Technical safeguards and measures to protect personal data. This includes technical and organizational controls to safeguard data against unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, unconsented processing or destruction. It also includes ensuring that data is only accessed and used by authorized individuals or systems.


"Communicate" encompasses both internal and external communication regarding an organization's privacy practices. Internally, it involves educating employees about privacy policies and procedures. Externally, it involves transparently communicating with data subjects about how their data is used and seeking their consent when necessary. It also ensures Data Fiduciary’s communicate responsibly to the data processors on the authorized form of data processing of Data subjects.


"Protect" involves implementing privacy and security measures across data pipelines to protect personal data and ensure business continuity. This includes continuous managing and monitoring of technical safeguards like encryption, access controls, data masking, and other safeguards to prevent data breaches and unauthorized access. The measures discussed above collectively ensure that personal data remains safe and available, contributing to the organization's ability to maintain its operations and uphold its commitments to data subjects during disruptions.

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