Inpher Preserves Data Residency With Secret Computing
Data isn’t just increasing in quantity; it’s also growing in complexity. Data lakes are now replacing data warehouses. All your online activities now generate unstructured “data exhaust” that’s being mined by sophisticated machine learning algorithms for insights. However, due to increasing data breaches and privacy concerns, regulators have adopted stringent rules and regulations on how data can be stored, moved, and used.
The advent of cloud computing has only made it much more difficult. When data is sent to the cloud, where exactly does it reside? That’s now referred to as “data residency,” and it matters because it determines what …
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