Capgemini signs teaming agreement with MADANA

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Capgemini and German tech startup MADANA signed a teaming agreement to combine core skills and collaborate in privacy-enhancing technology

Capgemini and German tech startup MADANA signed a teaming agreement to combine core skills and collaborate in privacy-enhancing technology. During a visit at Capgemini offices, Christian Junger (left, CEO & co-founder of MADANA) and Dr. Fabian Rusch (Business & Technology Solutions Life Sciences & Chemicals) successfully completed negotiations.

Privacy-enhancing technology plays an important role in a world of increasing digital data exchange. More and more devices communicate and exchange data while the risk of potential data breaches needs to be kept to a minimum. Safe and reliable data exchange is a key prerequisite for connecting people, devices, and their data. Therefore, data sovereignty, its security, and its control must be ensured from the beginning to boost confidence for using and further developing the technologies of the future. The creation of new sector-specific services and Privacy by Design solutions is the focus of the partnership with MADANA and its patented underlying technology – #PrivTech.

 

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