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Spring Labs helps businesses securely store and share sensitive data without revealing any personally identifiable information (PII) with patented, ultra secure cryptography and tokenization solutions.

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Spring Labs helps businesses securely store and share sensitive data without revealing any personally identifiable information (PII) with patented, ultra secure cryptography and tokenization solutions.

For Security, InfoSec & Compliance Teams

For Insurance Providers & Data Seekers

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See first-hand how Spring Labs and our spinoff’s solutions work.

Reversible
Irreversible

Reversible Tokens

When you want to enable secure, authorized data sharing but need to retrieve the raw data for compliance or other purposes.

Irreversible Tokens

When you want a partners’ data, but don’t ever need to access its underlying sensitive information. It’s useful when two or more parties want to match customer lists to enrich their profiles, but need to preserve the privacy of their non-mutual customers.
Ubiquitous
Pairwise

Ubiquitous Tokens

One token for one input. A token that represents Arthur Dent looks the same for all parties.

Pairwise Tokens

Tokens are specific to a pair of two collaborators. Bob’s Arthur Dent token for use with Alice is different than his Arthur Dent token for use with Charlie.
Deterministic
Probabilistic

Deterministic Tokens

For when you want to directly match with another party.

Probabilistic Tokens

For when you want to compare data with another party, but can’t do one-to-one (e.g. ad attribution).
Reversible
Irreversible

Reversible Tokens
When you want to enable secure, authorized data sharing but need to retrieve the raw data for compliance or other purposes.

Irreversible Tokens
When you want a partners’ data, but don’t ever need to access its underlying sensitive information. It’s useful when two or more parties want to match customer lists to enrich their profiles, but need to preserve the privacy of their non-mutual customers.

Ubiquitous
Pairwise

Ubiquitous Tokens
One token for one input. A token that represents Arthur Dent looks the same for all parties.

Pairwise Tokens
Tokens are specific to a pair of two collaborators. Bob’s Arthur Dent token for use with Alice is different than his Arthur Dent token for use with Charlie.

Reversible Tokens

When you want to enable secure, authorized data sharing but need to retrieve the raw data for compliance or other purposes.

Irreversible Tokens

When you want a partners’ data, but don’t ever need to access its underlying sensitive information. It’s useful when two or more parties want to match customer lists to enrich their profiles, but need to preserve the privacy of their non-mutual customers.

Ubiquitous Tokens

One token for one input. A token that represents Arthur Dent looks the same for all parties.

Pairwise Tokens

Tokens are specific to a pair of two collaborators. Bob’s Arthur Dent token for use with Alice is different than his Arthur Dent token for use with Charlie.

Deterministic Tokens

For when you want to directly match with another party.

Probabilistic Tokens

For when you want to compare data with another party, but can’t do one-to-one (e.g. ad attribution).

Reversible Tokens

When you want to enable secure, authorized data sharing but need to retrieve the raw data for compliance or other purposes.

Irreversible Tokens

When you want a partners’ data, but don’t ever need to access its underlying sensitive information. It’s useful when two or more parties want to match customer lists to enrich their profiles, but need to preserve the privacy of their non-mutual customers.

Ubiquitous Tokens

One token for one input. A token that represents Arthur Dent looks the same for all parties.

Pairwise Tokens

Tokens are specific to a pair of two collaborators. Bob’s Arthur Dent token for use with Alice is different than his Arthur Dent token for use with Charlie.