What’s needed—and what TrustLayers is delivering—is the ability to have visibility into the data flow as validated against policies (the accountability factor), Adam Towvim says. Think of it as computing against policies. “We identify the proper use of the data and set almost a blueprint for what that authorized use looks like,” he says. That way, the focus can be on maximizing data use within the appropriate boundaries and not mostly on trying to gate the use of that data because of concerns about violating privacy or regulatory requirements.