As David Morris writes in the Financial News Fintech Files, "With the GDPR deadline bearing down on European financial services, compelling firms to show they comply with the rules by May 25, companies with international footprints are being rudely awoken by the potentially explosive problem of where the data lives — and who regulates it."

This awakening has been long in the making; fortunately cryptography has matured accordingly.  The interview with CEO Jordan Brandt continues to posit, "what if you could analyse and perform machine learning on highly guarded data sets like post-trade data, medical records and consumer credit without having to actually see the data itself?"