Brief Overview

Privitar is an enterprise software company headquartered in London. Privitar is a leading developer of privacy engineering technology enabling our customers to innovate and leverage data with an uncompromising approach to data privacy.


30 Stamford Street,
London, SE1 9LQ,
United Kingdom


Jason du Preez serves as CEO of Privitar. Prior to founding Privitar he held global leadership roles across technology and data management at Thomson Reuters.


Privitar was founded in 2014 by Jason du Preez. Privitar is an enterprise software company headquartered in London, with a global client-base across North America, Europe and Asia. They have raised $21M from the likes of CME Ventures, IQ Capital Partners, Salesforce Ventures, and Partech Ventures.

Key Competitors

Cloudyn, Persistent Agility, We4Sea, Kimble Applications

Products and Services

Privitar products allow organisations to analyse datasets containing sensitive information (e.g. customer data, employee records, banking transactions, trade data) while preserving privacy or confidentiality. This opens up data for safe advanced analytics, data science and sharing, while ensuring consistent and accountable protection of private information:
• Privitar Publisher – A comprehensive solution for data privacy protection and governance. Allows organisations to adopt a consistent approach to data privacy and unlock the value of their sensitive data at scale.
• Privitar Lens – A platform for building privacy-preserving access to sensitive datasets. Lens protects aggregate data releases from sensitive sources using strong differential privacy techniques and provides access to safe statistics over APIs that can be consumed by data products, dashboards, or reports.
• Privitar SecureLink – A secure data linking system that can be used by groups of organisations to overcome trust barriers and combat data siloing. It allows a central organisation to join data from many contributing organisations such that the data cannot be attributed to a specific contributor and the central organisations cannot recover identifiers.