Read this informative and creative take from our friends at Conversational Geek to see how PETs have evolved to revolutionize data sharing and learn how to get started with PETs and incorporate them into your IT processes.
Economic sanctions are a hot-button topic recently – and it turns out that privacy enhancing technologies (PETs) can play a role in aiding the fight against this type of financial crime. Watch us interview Duality’s VP Strategy, Ronen Cohen, about where PETs and sanctions collide.
Eliminate fraud in the trade finance data ecosystem by enabling multiple lenders to be alerted when a funding request has already been financed – without revealing the identity of the entity making the request.
Technology can assist in providing a defensive, preemptive posture against trade financing fraud. Here’s how.
In this Osterman Research supported webinar, Michael Sampson, Senior Analyst at Osterman Research, leads a discussion with Duality’s Vice President of Strategy, Ronen Cohen, and Head of the FFIS, Nick J. Maxwell on how their roles are helping financial institutions navigating the path to successfully leveraging regulations and technology to improve data sharing.
Join Marcelo Blatt, VP Data Science and Ronen Cohen VP of Strategy, at Duality for a first hand walk through of a real world business scenario that expertly combines cryptography and data science to perform queries and statistical analysis on large, disparate datasets, all under the veil of encryption.
Information sharing under 314(b) must be based on privacy first. In this blog, we’ll explore why, and how PETs can help.
Join Duality CEO and Co-founder, Dr. Alon Kaufman, to discuss the role that science is taking in privacy enabled data collaboration, the varied PETs that organizations are leaning on, and how to unleash the value of your sensitive data by adopting a privacy enhanced data collaboration strategy.
In this hands-on technical webinar, you will navigate the data sharing landscape and drive alongside two of our most experienced solution architects to understand how they initiate a Duality PoC and the challenges that they commonly uncover.
The history of sanctions, and how technological advancements like PETs can enable institutions to simplify implementation of sanctions.
In today’s fragmented data sharing landscape, which is riddled with policy and regulations, it’s time to empower organizations to extract value from their data, capitalize on the insights it drives, and evolve their overall data collaboration ability all while protecting the most sensitive information contained within their data.
As our global data footprint continues to grow, so does the need for adopting technologies that enable you to initiate privacy preserving analytics that drive value and actionable outcomes.
Popular streaming TV series like Inventing Anna not only entertain – they educate on what we can do to fight financial fraud.
This webinar will explore the collaborative approach, which can future-proof banks’ fraud detection. Thanks to Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs), the privacy of the data is maintained, eliminating competitive and regulatory concerns.
Fighting fraud in Canada means breaking down barriers between banks – without losing competitive edge. Watch to learn how.
Intra-institutional anti-fraud teams don’t get a clear view of their customers or how their funds are being moved. Ronen Cohen, Head of Strategy at Duality Technologies, explains why collaboration is key to fight fraud.
In this video, Neil Ringwood, Associate Partner – Financial Crimes at IBM Canada, explains the depth and severity of Canada’s second pandemic: the fraud crisis.
The rate of suspected digital fraud attempts against financial services companies increased 218% from the last four months of 2020 to the first four months of 2021, and have created a CA$8.62 billion fraud prevention and detection market. Read the full report.
In this presentation to the UNU Centre for Policy Research, Duality’s Head of Strategy Ronen Cohen presents the pitch for PETs as a tool for risk mitigation and fighting financial crime.
If banks could share their indicators of fraud and other data drawn from their customer account and device information rather than relying solely on their own data – without revealing identifying customer and device attributes – any apprehensions of inter-bank data sharing would quickly disappear.