Thales had six patents in cloud during Q1 2024. Thales SA’s patent involves a method/system for data privacy compliance, specifically the right to be forgotten. It includes receiving key information, data, and an expiration date to create a key, encrypting data with the key, storing it, and denying access upon key revocation by the data subject. The key information can be Hold Your Own Key and data encryption can be Hold Your Own Encryption. GlobalData’s report on Thales gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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Thales had no grants in cloud as a theme in Q1 2024.

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Application: System and method for data privacy compliance (Patent ID: US20240095396A1)

The patent filed by Thales SA describes a method and system for ensuring data privacy compliance, specifically in relation to the right to be forgotten. The system involves receiving key information, data, and an expiration date from a data subject to create a key, encrypting the data with the key, storing it, and denying access upon revocation of the key. The encryption process can involve Hold Your Own Key and Hold Your Own Encryption methods. The system also includes steps for sharing encrypted data securely, authenticating access requests, and automatically deleting data upon reaching the expiration date or upon request.

The method and system outlined in the patent aim to provide robust data privacy compliance by allowing data subjects to control access to their information, particularly in the context of the right to be forgotten. By utilizing encryption and key management services, the system ensures that data remains secure and inaccessible once the data subject revokes access. Additionally, the system includes features such as error messaging, automatic deletion of data, and secure sharing mechanisms to enhance overall data protection and compliance with regulations like GDPR. The patent highlights the importance of data privacy and the need for organizations to implement effective mechanisms to respect individuals' rights regarding their personal information.

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