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The Privacy Paradox: PETs as Catalysts for Data Collaboration

June 5, 2:10 PM - 2:30 PM
Imperial Room A

Data privacy is often treated by many enterprises as a necessary yet burdensome "cost of doing business." In response to a renewed global focus on consumer data protection, multinational corporations have created new leadership roles and team structures to ensure compliance with GDPR, CCPA, and other data privacy laws. In this session, we challenge the narrative that corporate privacy programs are cost-centers that simply function to manage risk and ensure legal compliance. We illustrate how the introduction of privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs) and confidential computing can actually serve as powerful mechanisms for value creation. Drawing from examples in healthcare, finance, and public policy, we will demonstrate how investments in data privacy programs are catalysts for impactful, data-driven collaborations. In turn, we show how these data collaborations can supercharge many different business functions, like product development, marketing, and customer service.

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Mohammad Manzari

Mohammad Manzari

R&D Manager, Deloitte Consulting

Mohammad leads the Privacy Enhancing Technologies R&D group at Deloitte Consulting. He has more than seven years of experience advising government agencies and publicly traded corporations on how to best implement their digital technology strategies.