MIT TRUST DATA CONSORTIUM (stylized as Trust::Data) addresses the growing tension between societal data proliferation and data security by developing specifications, software, tools and documentation that help organizations adopt a holistic approach to cyber protection.

Trust::Data is building new models for Digital Identity, Data Provenance, universal access, and secure privacy-preserving transactions to harness the future potential of global data sharing.

The major code projects of the Trust::Data Consortium are:

  • OPAL (Open Algorithms, moving the algorithm to the data)
  • MIT ENIGMA (more resilient and secure data systems using secure multiparty computation and secret sharing over blockchain)
  • CoreID (robust digital identity)
  • OpenPDS (personal data stores)

MIT TRUST DATA CONSORTIUM appears to be a re-organization from some other organizations

  • MIT Internet Trust Consortium (ITC).

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