M:Tech Talks are a series of conversations with entrepreneurs, founders and influencers in the tech start-up world.
The agile nature of start-up businesses can be a blessing and a curse, particularly when faced with a global crisis such as COVID-19. Through a series of podcasts hosted by Partner and M:Tech lead Andrew Wolfin and featuring the founders of the companies on our M:Tech programme, we will explore how they have confronted these challenges and discuss their strategies for the future.
In the fifth episode, we hear from Nodar Daneliya, Co-Founder and CEO of data privacy business Synth, who expresses the importance of finding the solutions and tools to enable companies and Governments to keep being productive and effective whilst respecting users privacy. The business has been given a positive platform as the contact tracing associated with the pandemic has brought the subject of data privacy further into focus, as people become more aware and familiarised with the concept.
Synth is building the next generation of privacy software. Their first product is a synthetic data tool that lets company developers do their testing and development with synthetic and thus anonymised data sets.
Catch up on previous episodes in the M:Tech Talks series here.