DBC participates in ENCRYPT project
DBC participates in the ENCRYPT Project, funded by the European Union’s Research and Innovation Framework Programme Horizon Europe, with a duration of three years (July 2022 – June 2025).
The project’s main goal is to address challenges related to existing Privacy Preserving technologies, thus providing researchers and service providers working with personal and other sensitive data, with a scalable, practical, adaptable privacy-preserving framework facilitating the GDPR-compliant processing of such data stored in federated cross-border data spaces. Within this framework, a recommendation engine for citizens and end-users will be developed, providing them with personalised suggestions on privacy preserving technologies depending on the sensitivity of data and the accepted trade-off between the degree of security and the overall system performance.
14 partners from 8 countries have formed an interdisciplinary consortium, covering the value chain for privacy- preserving computation technologies, and they will work together for the next 36 months to realise ENCRYPT offer.
DBC in ENCRYPT serves as a privacy-preserving computation technologies key technology provider via Differential Privacy. Additionally, DBC participates in the Cybersecurity Use Case, as data owner and end-user. Finally, DBC is leading the activities for continuous discovery, analysis and setting of mitigation strategies for every element of potential project risk.