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October 18, 2021 |  Blog

Devtools for Data Privacy — Step 1: Privacy Taxonomy V1.0

For privacy engineers to build privacy directly into the codebase, they need agreed-upon definitions for translating policy into code. Ethyca CEO Cillian unveils an open source system to standardize definitions for personal data living in the tech stack.

Fides enables developers to check for privacy compliance directly in the CI pipeline, proactively addressing risk and compliance according to resource annotations and Fides policies.
Fides enables developers to check for privacy compliance directly in the CI pipeline, proactively addressing risk and compliance according to resource annotations and Fides policies.
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Ethyca Successfully Completes SOC 2 Type II Audit

Ethyca Team

After a detailed third-party security audit, Ethyca’s enterprise data privacy platform achieves gold-standard security accreditation.

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Getting Started With Fides — Step 3: Evaluating Code For Privacy Compliance

Ethyca Team

Fides enables developers to check for privacy compliance directly in the CI pipeline, proactively addressing risk and compliance according to resource annotations and Fides policies.

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Getting Started With Fides — Step 2: Creating Privacy Policies As Code

Ethyca Team

Privacy-as-Code is a means of codifying privacy policies in the codebase. Using an example policy on data collection, here’s how to start creating policies in Fides.

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Getting Started With Fides — Step 1: Annotating Resources

Ethyca Team

To unlock the Privacy-as-Code power of the Fides developer tools, it all starts with understanding the basics of annotations: descriptions of privacy behaviors in the tech stack.

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Devtools for Data Privacy — Step 3: An Ontology

Cillian Kieran

The final piece of the privacy puzzle is an ontology: a powerful model that formalizes the complex relationships between data and its uses in modern tech stacks.

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Devtools for Data Privacy — Step 2: Imagining the Benefits

Cillian Kieran

Developer tools for data privacy, built to work in existing pipelines, offer immense potential for embedding privacy and respect into all tech stacks. Our CEO Cillian highlights the positive impacts of privacy devtools.

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Announcing Fides: an open-source vision for the future of data privacy

Ethyca Team

We’re thrilled to announce Fides, an open-source description language and toolset for privacy. Named for the Roman goddess of trust, Fides lets developers make privacy a feature of any tech stack. Read our CEO Cillian’s letter on why we believe Fides can forever change the field of privacy engineering.

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Privacy By Design, By All Of Us-Eduardo Armendariz, Senior Software Engineer

Ethyca Team

Privacy is fundamentally social. It’s about who we trust with the information that makes us who we are. This article is part of the series “Privacy By Design, By All Of Us,” highlighting a few of the people at Ethyca who are engineering the future of data privacy. Meet Eduardo Armendariz, Senior Software Engineer.

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Privacy By Design, By All Of Us-Dawn Pattison, Senior Software Engineer

Ethyca Team

Privacy is fundamentally social. It’s about who we trust with the information that makes us who we are. This article is part of the series “Privacy By Design, By All Of Us,” highlighting a few of the people at Ethyca who are engineering the future of data privacy. Meet Dawn Pattison, Senior Software Engineer.

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