Privacy Enhancing Technologies, or PET’s, are a class of Advanced Cryptography that will enable data collaborations without the need to share or expose sensitive data.
We believe that Confidential Collaborative Computing is the next major development that will take place in the growth cycle of decentralised computing services. It will enable organisations to work together to provide services, solutions and advanced analytics that require inputs from a variety of different organisations without the need for those organisations to aggregate, share or expose their organisation’s data. We will explore how confidential data collaborations will become possible using a combination of technologies such as Secure Multiparty Computation, Zero Knowledge Proofs, Homomorphic Encryption and Trusted Execution Environments.
Rob Leslie is the Founder and CEO of Sedicii. Sedicii was founded in 2013 and has won over 20 technology and innovations awards to date including the BBVA Open Innovation “Fintech for Future” Award. BBVA is the oldest and largest Fintech Innovation Program in the world. Sedicii has developed and patented Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) to help people and businesses build secure data collaborations without compromising confidentiality or privacy. Rob is a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer for his work on PET’s and has spoken at Davos on cybersecurity, digital identity and other technology issues affecting the world’s economies. Prior to Sedicii, Rob co-founded Kyckr (ASX:KYK) which is now listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and provides organisational identity services for KYC & AML services to banks and other regulated financial institutions across the globe. Previously he spent 20 years in Japan and was part of the original management team in Dell Japan that set Dell on the path to becoming a multi-billion dollar business there. He also was a partner in a Japanese technology start-up that was acquired in the early 2000’s.
Friday, 30 July 2021
11:00 - 11:45 BST
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