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Privitar was founded in 2014 and has its headquarters in London. It has further offices in Austin, Boston and New York in the US, Paris and Warsaw in Europe, and Singapore in Asia. It has received funding to date of just over $150 million and has made significant investments in R&D.

It is a provider of enterprise data privacy software, with the aim of aiding organisations to be able to use their data safely and ethically, whilst reducing the time taken to get the data into the hands of those that need it. It offers a data privacy platform that protects and manages sensitive data so that organisations can better make data-driven decisions regarding their business. It is currently rolling out a new data provisioning platform that will help to more quickly get data in the hands of those who need it, with an added layer of security and detailed contextual information for protecting privacy and ensuring compliance with privacy regulations. It takes data jurisdictions into account so that local privacy requirements are applied to data, and also offers self-service policy lifecycle management and auditing.

It has a large customer base worldwide that includes Global 2000 financial services, healthcare, insurance, life sciences, professional services, retail and telecoms organisations. Flagship clients include Citi, the National Health Service of the UK and AstraZeneca.

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Headquarters: 15 Hatfields, London SE1 8DJ, UK
Telephone: +44 203 282 7136


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