IBM unveils new privacy technology

Tuesday, 31 May 2005, 3:40 AM EST

Claiming a technology breakthrough in privacy and security, IBM (Profile, Products, Articles) last week introduced software that allows corporate users to share information with each other and government agencies without having to reveal private details.

The technology, called DB2 Anonymous Resolution, has the potential to address the broad range of security problems involved in handling personal information in markets such as health care, financial services, and national security.

By Ed Scannell at InfoWorld.

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