Having worked with some of the world’s largest companies, we quickly figured out that data security and privacy were essential for our users. And with good reason. Many tool providers have business models built, and their contracts written, on the assumption of your data being theirs to train large, generalized models in the future.
We think differently. We don’t think it’s fair that your hard work should benefit your competition or that your data should have anything less than the best possible protection.
That’s why we spent considerable time making sure that all your work in Hasty only benefits you and that your data is safe and sound with us.
With every tool you use, the risk of a data leak goes up. With an end-to-end solution, you reduce the risk of leaks or abuse of your data to one tool provider.
By keeping your data in one place, you also get a much more accessible overview of who and who hasn’t had access to your data - and can easily revoke access from any person leaving your team.
We are HIIPA-certified and conform to GDPR so that you don’t have to take our word on us safeguarding your data. We also follow ISO 27001 standards.
For extra security, you can use Hasty without ever providing us with your data. Simply connect your storage bucket with our tool, and we will fetch any data on demand from there.
Your data asset will define your future competitive advantage. So, don't give it away to other users. With Hasty you keep ownership of your asset and only you can utilise the models resulting from that asset.
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