Launching a new product or service?
Consider privacy from the very beginning
If you are bringing a new product or service to market, it’s important to consider the privacy implications from the very beginning of the development process. Doing this can save you a huge amount of time, effort and money in the future by mitigating the risk of privacy incidents, such as fines or data breaches. Privacy by Design also provides a competitive edge by demonstrating that protecting customer data is a priority for you and, in turn, fostering customer trust and loyalty.
Our Privacy by Design Services
- Privacy Development Support
We provide your development team with a detailed baseline for privacy-ready products.
- Ongoing Privacy Assessment Tools
Our software tools and assessment catalogs help you manage privacy during product development.
- Anonymization & Pseudonymization
We are pros when it comes to the proper usage of pseudonymous data and anonymization.
- Privacy Development Cycle
We integrate Privacy by Design as a managed process into your software development cycle.
- Differential Privacy
Reap all the benefits of Big Data without losing customer trust by implementing Differential Privacy.
Our software was developed according to German data protection guidelines.
We are one of the providers with the longest experience in the market.
Our data protection expertise is transnational and we work internationally.
Privacy consultancy 2B Advice named a "Cool Vendor" by Gartner
2B Advice is an IAPP corporate Gold member
2B Advice awarded Grand Prix of the SME 2014 and the Ludwig 2014
2B Advice is a Microsoft Gold-Certified Partner
Our Clients (Selection)
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