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Tuesday, February 14, 2006

TCS and Stanford University to Research Data Privacy

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) announced today that it has joined with Stanford University to research data privacy and develop better solutions. The joint collaboration between researchers at TCS and the Computer Science department at Stanford will begin immediately and they have signed an agreement to continue their work together for the next five years.

Stanford is one of the leading members of the National Science Foundation and has been leading the way and calling for a greater emphasis on research and solutions to ensure data privacy.

"A number of TCS customers have expressed the need for data privacy tools and this collaboration with Stanford University will help TCS provide leading edge data masking tools for clients to securely transmit data," Mr. Ramadorai, CEO and MD of TCS.

Additionally, James Plummer, the Dean of the School of Engineering at Stanford University added, "The collaboration with TCS is an exciting opportunity to engage India's high technical and scientific skills to help accelerate progress in this important field of data privacy."

Learn more about the teaming of two of the leaders in data privacy research and development in the complete article, TCS and Stanford University Sign R&D Pact for Data Privacy (link above).

Submitted by Computer Consulting Kit