Julia for Privacy

Protecting sensitive data is a top priority when it comes to information management. Most companies deal with both internal and customer data, and its quantity is increasing day by day.
 
In May 2018 the European GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) directive will take the companies’ responsibilities to a new level introducing stricter rules and sanctions for non-compliancy. Data protection is an organization-wide issue, and must be considered a joint effort - so where does code analysis come in?
 
Static analysis is a best practise as it helps to remove defects and vulnerabilities in 
 
 In this context Julia can be used to:
 
  • Support compliance with GDPR requirements
  • Trace sensitive data and identify possible vulnerable points
  • Reduce the risk of data breach and the related sanctions