UST Global Collaborates with MIT Trust::Data Consortium

To jointly research and innovate for the data driven society of the future

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UST Global announced its collaboration with MIT Trust::Data Consortium. The alliance will focus on research and innovation of solutions for the data driven society of the future.

The MIT Trust::Data Consortium addresses the growing tension between societal data proliferation and data security by developing specifications, software, tools and documentation that help organizations adopt a holistic approach towards cyber security.  Trust::Data is building new models for digital identity, data provenance, universal access, and secure privacy-preserving transactions to harness the future potential of global data sharing.

UST Global is focused on innovating digital solutions for the betterment of its customers and society. UST Global’s alliance with MIT Trust::Data Consortium will allow the company to conduct research, and develop innovative solutions in areas of mutual interest.

Raju Chithambaram, chief transformation officer at UST Global is a Visiting Scholar at the MIT Connection Science Lab and will be collaborating on projects like OPAL (Open Algorithms), CoreID to bring game changing innovations to the Fintech, Healthcare, Retail, Media and other industries.

He said: “We are excited to collaborate with MIT Trust::Data Consortium, one of the most prestigious research institutes in the world, to conduct research and develop innovative solutions. Fintech or Healthcare industries would like to reap the benefit of shared data without ever compromising the privacy – PII (Personally Identifiable Information) or PHI (Protected Health Identifier) – of a single individual. Privacy preserving transactions will break this deadlock and accelerate innovation.”

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