EAGLYS Inc. and Acompany Co. Ltd, held the fifth Secure-Computing.JP event of the Secure Computing Consortium offline EAGLYS’ Tokyo office on Wednesday, December 8th, 2021.
Secure-Computing.JP #5 Event Overview
Theme: building PoCs (Proof of Concept) using Secure Computing technologies from a real and practical perspective applicable to business scenarios.
Date and time: Wednesday November 8th, 2021, 18:00 – 20:00 (JST)
Venue: Offline event at EAGLYS Inc. Office – Yamato Building 7F, 5-27-3 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN
For the fith Secure-Computing.JP session, representatives of two companies were invited to share their experience on the practical application of secure computing. They explained their current efforts with examples and future plans for with these technologies.
Iwai Shinichi, Senior Manager at Digital Advertising Consortium (DAC) discussed a case study in the area of digital marketing working with Acompany In addition, Senior Strategist at SB Technology Group, Kenji Fukushima, took the stage to talk about a current Secure Computing PoC for smart cities and marketing areas.
The Day of the Event
Despite the unfortunate weather on the day of the event, the offline session was a great success, with as many as 80% of participants who applied in advance coming to the Shinjuku EAGLYS office.
During the talk session and mixer, participants actively asked questions to the panelists about the background of the PoCs and how the addition of secure computing technology to conventional services will bring innovation to customers and society.
Secure computing technology allows data to be computed and processed in an encrypted format without decryption. Therefore there is zero risk of data leaks and no need to anonimyze data.
Since data analysis can be performed on encrypted data with the same accuracy of that of raw data, it is attracting attention in Japan and overseas as a top trend technology for the era of data utilization.
EAGLYS Inc. and Acompany Co., Ltd. are co-sponsors and co-organizers of the Secure-Computing.JP montly events. The Secure Computing Consortium will continue to hold workshops and provide information on privacy-preserving technology, with a focus on secure computing.