TROPT Recognizes 8 Privacy Tech Startups, 30+ Visionaries at TROPT Summit 2022

After two years of fueling privacy tech and innovation by bringing together privacy tech founders, investors, advisors, and buyers via virtual events in the midst of the pandemic, The Rise of Privacy Tech (TROPT) is holding the TROPT Summit 2022, its inaugural and curated in-person experience, at the Rosewood Sand Hill in Menlo Park, CA today.

Privacy tech leaders are gathering to spark privacy innovation, privacy tech adoption, privacy engineering transformation, privacy tech industry connection, and acceleration.

The TROPT Summit 2022’s in-person main stage agenda include the world’s first Chief Privacy Officers; Silicon Valley tech industry heads of Privacy Engineering and Chief Privacy Officers; privacy tech investors and board advisors; and leading privacy technologists and founders.

TROPT seized the momentous event in the emerging privacy tech industry to recognize the inaugural TROPT Privacy Tech Visionaries Circle, an exclusive gathering of the privacy profession’s and the privacy tech industry’s innovative and forward-thinking leaders. TROPT Visionaries meet monthly to help shape the emerging privacy tech industry. As of the publication of this release, TROPT Visionaries include 40+ leaders, such as Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Barbara Lawler, Brendon Lynch, JoAnn Stonier, Jason Albert, John Gevertz, K Royal, Keith Enright, Ray Everrett, Stuart Lee, and TROPT advisors, Michelle Dennedy, Melanie Ensign, Debra Farber, Fatima Khan, and Gilbert Hill, with more leaders pending internal conflicts checks.

In line with its mission to fuel privacy tech and innovation, TROPT also recognized eight (8) privacy tech startups in its inaugural TROPT Privacy Tech Awards. They include:

Anjuna Security, for building cloud confidential computing

CipherMode Labs, for unlocking data’s power with secure computation

Data Protocol, for training privacy engineers

Ketch, for building programmatic privacy

PrivacyCode, for building the future of privacy engineering

Privado, for shifting privacy left to privacy code scanners

Privitar, for enabling safe analytics

TripleBlind, for solving data privacy problems through privacy enhancing computation

You can read more about TROPT Visionaries here. To be eligible for the next TROPT Privacy Tech Awards, a privacy tech startup must have a product reviewed by a buyer reviewer under the TROPT Privacy Tech Stack review program.