Tag: privacy

Use case – Pooling Siloed Data

How can you connect data sets that are isolated for security and legal reasons? Bitmark Data Trusts are independent, privacy-preserving marketplaces that aggregate previously siloed data into large-scale datasets; Bitmark acts as a clearinghouse enforcing the property rights around each transaction. Contact us with Questions and for Pricing. First introduced to accelerate diabetes research with […]

Use case – Real World Data for Healthcare

How can you solve the lack of diversity among health care research subjects? Lack of diversity plagues most health studies. Researchers at the School of Public Health at UC Berkeley used Bitmark to empower people through the world’s first digitally-crowdsourced research studies. Contact us with Questions and for Pricing. Learn about H2’s Healthpass App Lack […]

Use case – Patient Matching for Clinical Trials

How can you secure biomedical data processing of sensitive personal information across multiple parties? Biomedical data processing typically requires the secure stepwise transfer of sensitive personal information across multiple parties. Pfizer used Bitmark to implement complicated multiparty interactions associated with medical data exchange. Contact us with Questions and for Pricing. (Abstract from Pfizer paper) Biomedical […]

Under-the-Radar Health Information Markets: the Supply, the Demand, and the Exploited.

Under-the-Radar Health Information Markets: the Supply, the Demand, and the Exploited. Nowadays, it is not a secret that healthcare providers — such as hospitals — can store and utilize individuals’ health information. Hospitals keep records of individuals so that the diagnosis can be based on more information, and some countries even have a health information […]

With Data Anonymization Becoming A Myth, How Do We Protect Ourselves In This World Of Data?

With Data Anonymization Becoming A Myth, How Do We Protect Ourselves In This World Of Data? With humanity moving into the world of big data, it has become increasingly challenging, if not impossible, for individuals to “stay anonymous”. Every day we generate large amounts of data, all of which represent many aspects of our lives. […]

I can’t put the toothpaste back in the tube, what I found when I downloaded my Facebook data

I can’t put the toothpaste back in the tube, what I found when I downloaded my Facebook data Above is the first post ever written on my Facebook wall. I’m sure it was intended as an innocent, warm welcome, but now it reads more like someone escorting me into my own personal version of the “Hotel […]

Defining Property in the Digital Environment. Part Two.

Defining Property in the Digital Environment. Part Two. Defining Property in the Digital Environment. Part Two. The First Principles of Digital Property In Part One of the series we took a look at the history of property. In this post we begin with a fundamental question, What is property? What is Property? At its simplest level, a […]