Privacy Preserving Machine Learning (PPML) is Essential for AI Development

As the AI revolution gains momentum, the global focus on controlling its impact intensifies. In the realm of privacy and cybersecurity, there's a growing concern about the trajectory of AI and our responsibilities within it.

One of the significant privacy challenges in AI revolves around Machine Learning (ML). ML processes vast amounts of data, often sensitive, to uncover intricate patterns beyond conventional methods' reach. Consequently, companies leveraging ML face heightened regulatory scrutiny, with potential fines serving as benchmarks for compliance standards.
Digital Edge offers expert guidance on fortifying your platform using advanced Privacy Preserving Machine Learning (PPML) techniques. Our solutions address complex privacy issues, including:

  • Differential Privacy: Adding "noise" to datasets to thwart specific data extraction attempts by hackers.
  • Homomorphic Encryption: Processing encrypted data without prior decryption, ensuring data remains secure throughout operations.
  • Federated Learning: Decentralizing ML processes to local devices and sharing only aggregated insights with the central server, preserving data privacy.
  • Secure Multi-Party Computation: Facilitating collaborative projects without data sharing, ensuring confidentiality among parties.
  • Data Anonymization: This process effectively detaches data from identifiable individuals and is a standard practice across various industries. Consequently, as it transforms into non-personal data, it often falls outside the scope of applicable laws.

The availability of these cutting-edge techniques is pivotal in shaping your company's compliance strategy amidst evolving data privacy regulations.
Digital Edge empowers businesses to navigate the AI landscape confidently, with robust privacy protection and adherence to regulatory standards through PPML solutions.

Keith J. Barry, Esq.
VP of Compliance

Keith J. Barry joined Digital Edge in 2013. Keith possesses a BA in Computer Science, a Juris Doctor degree from Brooklyn Law School, as well as several industry certifications including AWS Cloud Architect, CompTIA Network+, and CompTIA Server+. His career has mirrored his diverse interests, and Keith has experience on the technical side as a senior systems administrator, and on the legal/business side as an attorney and cybersecurity compliance officer.

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