PROTECTING PRIVACY, IP AND
APPLYING ADVANCED ANALYTICS AND AI TO DATA WHILE IT IS ENCRYPTED, GENERATING INSIGHTS WITHOUT EVER EXPOSING UNPROTECTED DATA
Duality’s breakthrough innovations enable organizations to securely collaborate on data and its analysis.
Powered by Duality’s Secure Collaboration platform, organizations can streamline their digital collaboration processes and implement new collaboration modalities that were previously impossible without compromising security, privacy or IP.
Valuable and sensitive digital assets can now be analyzed by partners without revealing the actual data and with a full control of data owners over the use of their data.
WE PRODUCTIZE BREAKTHROUGH CRYPTOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGIES PIONEERED BY OUR WORLD-RENOWNED SCIENTIFIC FOUNDERS
Duality identifies the most painful digital collaboration challenges and delivers practical technological solutions in partnership with design customers.
THE BEST TEAM FOR THE JOB
A unique combination of top crypto science, data
science and implementation ingenuity, ready to tackle
real-world challenges of Secure Digital Collaboration.
THE FOUNDING TEAM
Dr. Alon Kaufman
Co-founder and CEO
Dr. Alon KaufmanCo-founder and CEO
"I'M PASSIONATE ABOUT DUALITY'S JOURNEY TO EMPOWER DATA SCIENCE AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, HELPING ORGANIZATIONS LEVERAGE THESE CAPABILITIES WITHOUT COMPROMISING PRIVACY OR CONFIDENCE."
Dr. Kaufman has 15 years of experience in the hi-tech arena, commercializing data-science technologies, leading industrial research and corporate innovation teams. Prior to founding Duality he served as RSA’s global director of Data Science and Innovation. In addition to his leadership experience, he is accomplished in the fields of artificial intelligence, machine learning, bioinformatics and cybersecurity, with over 30 approved US patents. He holds a PhD. in Computational Neuroscience and machine learning from the Hebrew University and an MBA from Tel Aviv University.
Prof. Shafi Goldwasser
Co-founder and Chief Scientist
Prof. Shafi GoldwasserCo-founder and Chief Scientist
“I AM ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT THE PROSPECT OF APPLYING ADVANCES FROM CRYPTOGRAPHIC THEORY TO PRACTICE, TO ENABLE THE FULL POTENTIAL OF DATA-DRIVEN ALGORITHMS — THE COMBUSTION ENGINE OF THE FUTURE. I FIRMLY BELIEVE THAT COLLABORATION WHILE PROTECTING DATA, CURRENTLY HELD BY DIFFERENT STAKEHOLDERS, IS THE WAY TO GO.”
Prof. Goldwasser is the inventor of several revolutionary cryptographic technologies, including probabilistic encryption, multi-party secure protocols and pseudo-random functions. She was awarded the ACM Turing Award in 2012 for "for transformative work that laid the complexity-theoretic foundations for the science of cryptography, and in the process pioneered new methods for efficient verification of mathematical proofs in complexity theory”. Prof. Goldwasser has been a faculty member at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology since 1983, and in 1997 became the first holder of the RSA Professorship (named after the inventors of the first public- key cryptosystem, Rivest, Shamir and Adleman). Concurrently with her professorship at MIT, she has been a professor at the Weizmann Institute of Science since 1993. Prof. Goldwasser was nominated as the director of the Simons Institute for Theory of Computation at Berkeley starting 2018. Prof. Goldwasser holds honorary degrees from Haifa university, Bar Ilan University and Ben Gurion University in Israel. She was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2001, the National Academy of Sciences in 2004, the National Academy of Engineering in 2005, Israeli Academy of Science (2015), London Mathematical Society (2015), and the Russian Academy of Science (2016). Among Prof. Goldwasser's awards are the Godel Prizes (1993, 2001), the ACM Grace Murray Hopper Award (1996), the RSA Award In Mathematics (1998), the ACM Athena Lecturer Award (2009), the Benjamin Franklin Award in Computer and Cognitive Science (2010), IEEE Emanuel Piore Award (2011), Barnard College Medal of Distinction (2016), and Suffrage Science Award, Imperial College London(2016)
Ms. Rina Shainski
Co-founder and Chairwoman
Ms. Rina ShainskiCo-founder and Chairwoman
“I AM EXCITED BY THE PROMISE OF MAKING THE PRIVACY-PROTECTED UTILITY OF BIG DATA A REALITY!”
Prior to co-founding Duality, Rina was a general partner of Carmel Ventures (now Viola VC) since 2000, leading investments and serving on the boards of high-tech companies in a variety of IT areas, including mobility, cyber and digital media. Prior to Carmel, Rina held executive positions in Business Development and R&D in Tecnomatix (acquired by Siemens) and served in leadership R&D roles in several high growth technology companies in the Bay Area. Rina holds an M.Sc. in Computer Science from Weizmann institute and a B.Sc. in Physics from Tel Aviv University.
Prof. Kurt Rohloff
Co-founder and CTO
Prof. Kurt RohloffCo-founder and CTO
“CONTRIBUTING TO THE TRANSITION OF ENCRYPTED COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES FROM RESEARCH TO WIDELY APPLICABLE PRACTICAL REALITY HAS BEEN AN ABSOLUTE JOY.”
Prof. Rohloff is the founding architect of the PALISADE open-source homomorphic encryption library and co-founder of the HomomorphicEncryption.org industry consortium. He was previously a PI on the highly successful DARPA PROCEED program which implemented one of the first homomorphic encryption schemes. Kurt has been funded by DARPA, IARPA, DoD and the Sloan Foundation to apply encrypted computing techniques using PALISADE. Prior to co-founding Duality he was a senior scientist at Raytheon BBN Technologies. He holds a PhD and MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan and a B. of Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech. He is the recipient of a DARPA Young Faculty Award.
Prof. Vinod Vaikuntanathan
Co-founder and Chief Cryptographer
Prof. Vinod VaikuntanathanCo-founder and Chief Cryptographer
"I AM EXCITED TO BE PART OF THE DUALITY MISSION TO USE CRYPTOGRAPHY TO SOLVE REAL-WORLD PROBLEMS BY ENABLING COLLABORATION AND DISCOVERY ON DATA WHILE GUARANTEEING SECURITY.”
Prof. Vaikuntanathan is an associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science at MIT. Vinod is the co-inventor of most modern fully homomorphic encryption systems and many other lattice-based (post-quantum secure) cryptographic primitives. Vinod's work has been recognized with a George M. Sprowls PhD. thesis award, an IBM Josef Raviv Fellowship, a Sloan Fellowship, a Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship and an NSF CAREER Award. He holds SM and PhD degrees from MIT and a BTech degree from the Indian Institute of Technology.