A competitive Europe where individuals and companies are fully aware of the value of the data they possess and can feel safe to use it.
Safe-DEED (Safe Data-Enabled Economic Development) brings together partners from cryptography, data science, business innovation, and legal domain to focus on improving security technologies, improving trust as well as on the diffusion of privacy enhancing technologies. Furthermore, as many companies have no data valuation process in place, Safe-DEED provides a set of tools to facilitate the assessment of data value, thus incentivising data owners to make use of the scalable cryptographic protocols developed in Safe-DEED to create value for their companies and their clients.
Practice and Challenges of (De-)Anonymisation for Data Sharing
Alexandros Bampoulidis, RSA FG, WP5 Personal data is data that contains information about individuals and is used for research and innovation purposes both in the industry and academia. However, such data contains private, sensitive information about individuals that...
Realizing Control in Data Marketplaces Through Secure Multi-Party Computation (MPC): An Exploratory Study
Riccardo Dolci & Wirawan Agahari, TU Delft, WP2 In today's digitally transformed and connected world, data has become a critical strategic corporate resource. In this context, data marketplaces are becoming more popular since they enable wider accessibility and...
EU Governance Challenges in the Digital Single Market Context
Alessandro Bruni, KU Leuven, WP3 The technological novelties and new opportunities created within the framework of the Safe-DEED project aim to increase opportunities for businesses in the context of the EU Digital Single Market. Unfortunately, when it comes to the EU...