Trūata will enable companies to meet the standards of data protection envisioned by the GDPR while continuing to innovate and deliver the services and experiences their customers demand.

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The explosion of data and advanced analytic technologies mean that businesses can deliver personalised experiences that make life easier, safer and more convenient. If we can’t, as technologists, enable businesses to continue to maximise the promise of data while protecting the rights of consumers, then we all stand to lose. By placing boundaries between how data is stored, protected and used, Trūata can safeguard the benefits of data for modern businesses and consumers.”

Barry Smyth, Trūata Board Member and Digital Chair of Computer Science at University College Dublin

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Under the GDPR, companies will have more responsibilities in terms of how they manage personal data of consumers. In my day job and now with Trūata, we see the disruption businesses can face if they don’t put these safeguards at the centre of their data strategies.”

Aoife Sexton, Chief Privacy Officer.

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