The value of data is often greater than the sum of its parts. In the financial services sector specifically, the use of data allows financial institutions to offer greater value and personalized services to clients and address business challenges such as fraud. However, the use of data raises privacy and security concerns from customers, institutions, and regulators—these competing obligations have historically prevented institutions from unlocking the full value of their data. Now, emerging privacy enhancing techniques (PETs) have the potential to fundamentally alter these dynamics by reducing or eliminating the privacy risks of sharing data and opening the opportunities to create value.
The World Economic Forum (Forum) and Deloitte Global’s latest report discusses five PETs that allow institutions, customers, and regulators to analyze and share insights from data without distributing the underlying data itself. These techniques are:
The report outlines how each technique works at a high level and illustrates, through hypothetical use cases, how PETs can enhance privacy in financial services. Ultimately, the report makes the case that PETs can redefine the dynamics of data-sharing, allowing institutions to create value while addressing their most pressing problems in a way that is acceptable to customers, regulators, and society at large.
Read the full report to determine how PETs can help you unlock the full potential of your organizational data while protecting it.
Read Deloitte’s executive summary to assimilate the key highlights from the Forum report.