The Trusted Data Format (TDF) is an open standard that addresses these gaps in security, trust, and ease of use for data sharing and protection, while maintaining privacy. TDF is a data-agnostic, protective wrapper that enables secure and auditable information sharing. Originally created to tackle these similar challenges within the U.S. intelligence community, TDF has now been adopted across the U.S. Government as well as enterprises ranging from financial institutions to major media and entertainment companies to secure structured and unstructured data.
Download this guide for an overview of the Trusted Data Format.
What You’ll Learn:
- How the Trusted Data Format works
- How the TDF helps enterprises meet extant compliance, privacy, and data sharing requirements
- How the TDF solves the trade-off between security and ease of us