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Introducing privacy_infra(), a new virtual meetup

Transcend Team
July 30th, 2020 · 1 min read

Our approach at Transcend has always been to solve the biggest data privacy challenges with engineering-first solutions, and an engineering-led approach.

Along those lines, we wanted to create something just for engineers working on privacy infrastructure projects–so we could come together, knowledge share, and learn from each other. That’s why we launched launched privacy_infra(), a virtual event to engage the engineering community in a knowledge-sharing conversation on new data privacy approaches.

At our first event in July, we heard about privacy practices of COVID-19 tracking apps globally, how GitHub designed privacy in a federated social network, how Google approaches differential privacy, how Transcend built browser-based encryption and decryption, and more.

We’ll post a link to watch back our July event shortly. If you’d like to register for our next event on Thursday September 17, you can do so here.

Finally, we’re always on the lookout for interesting projects solving universal privacy challenges. If that sounds like what you’ve been working on, we’d love to hear from you–submit a proposal to speak at an upcoming privacy_infra() event.

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