New Privacy Technologies for Unicode and International Data Standards
About this talk
Protecting the increasing use International Unicode characters is required by a growing number of Privacy Laws in many countries and general Privacy Concerns with private data. Current approaches to protect International Unicode characters will increase the size and change the data formats. This will break many applications and slow down business operations. The current approach is also randomly returning data in new and unexpected languages. New approach with significantly higher performance and a memory footprint can be customizable and fit on small IoT devices.
Unicode is an information technology standard for the consistent encoding, representation, and handling of text expressed in most of the world's writing systems. Unicode can be implemented by different character encodings. The Unicode standard defines Unicode Transformation Formats (UTF) UTF-8, UTF-16, and UTF-32, and several other encodings. UTF-8, the dominant encoding on the World Wide Web (used in over 95% of websites as of 2020, and up to 100% for some languages) and on most Unix-like operating systems.
We will discuss new approaches to achieve portability, security, performance, small memory footprint and language preservation for privacy protecting of Unicode data. These new approaches provides granular protection for all Unicode languages and customizable alphabets and byte length preserving protection of privacy protected characters.