All you need to know about synthetic data

Only a little bit re-identifiable?! Good luck with that…

In the first part of this PrivacyTech in Banking series, I looked into the effect that privacy has on data-driven innovation in the financial services industry. Moving fast and breaking things is extremely bad advice when it comes to privacy.

Quantifying the Value of Privacy-Preserving Synthetic Data

Companies theoretically spend money and make investments because they are looking for one thing: a positive return on investment (ROI). At the end of the day, that can be achieved through lowering costs or increasing revenues.

How To Unlock Your Behavioral Data Assets (Part 3)

Behavioural data is the new gold. Go Synthetic to unleash its potential – and make sequential behavioural data your ultimate test case for choosing your preferred synthetic data solution!

How To Unlock Your Behavioral Data Assets (Part 2)

How to Unlock Your Behavioral Data Assets(Part 2) TL;DR: Behavioral data is the new gold. Go Synthetic to unleash its potential – and make sequential behavioral data your ultimate test

How to Unlock Your Behavioral Data Assets (Part 1)

Behavioral data is the new gold. Go Synthetic to unleash its potential – and make sequential behavioral data your ultimate test case for choosing your preferred synthetic data solution!

Protecting Privacy with Synthetic Location Data

It’s 2020, and I’m reading a 10-year-old report by the Electronic Frontier Foundation about location privacy that is more relevant than ever. Seeing how prevalent the bulk collection of location data would become, the authors discussed …

Rolling the Dice With Privacy?!

“Knowledge is power” should be a familiar quote for most of us. But did you know that in the earliest documented occurrence of this phrase from the 7th century the original sentence finishes with  …

Being Open in the Era of Privacy

When Netflix announced a 1 million dollar challenge for improving their recommendation engine, together with releasing 100 million movie ratings in 2006, they knew little what would happen next.

Synthetic Data Diamonds

My colleague Mitch likens synthetic data to synthetic diamonds when pitching our value proposition to potential customers. And it’s indeed a fitting analogy.

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