ERCIM News, number 126, July 2021

An article about KRAKEN - Brokerage and Market Platform for Personal data – has been published in the quarterly magazine of the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM)

ERCIM News number 126, published in July 2021, special theme is Privacy Preserving Computation. Privacy preserving computation tries to find out a way to leverage data, the large amount of data needed to fuel the data driven economy of the 21st century, while preserving the privacy of data owners, complying with regulatory requirements, e.g. EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

KRAKEN provides a highly trusted, secure, scalable and efficient personal data sharing and analysis platform that is relying on Self-Sovereign Identity services and cryptographic tools for covering the security, privacy and user control on data. Also, investigating data processing mechanisms working in the encrypted domain with the aim to increase security, privacy, functionality and scalability for boosting trust.