Dawex Data Exchange Technology Implements Gaia-X Trust Framework 


The latest advancements presented by Gaia-X on the Trust Framework and Reference Architecture illustrate the maturity of data exchange technology & the power generated by creating data ecosystems.

Dawex, the leading technology company for data exchange, data marketplace and data hub, announced implementing the Gaia-X Trust Framework 22.10. This announcement follows the latest advancements presented by Gaia-X at the 2022 summit edition on the Trust Framework and Architecture, demonstrating an exceptional technical maturity achieved to deliver secure, flexible and traceable data exchanges.

Since its inception, Dawex has been committed to delivering cutting-edge data exchange technology to bring the perfect conditions for secure, trustworthy, sovereign and compliant data sharing.

Dawex actively contributed to the collaborative works of Gaia-X set to structure and define the principles around data exchanges as a recognised expert in Data Exchange. Creating ecosystems around data exchange platforms that meet regulatory requirements and address traceability and security challenges has become a fundamental component of business competitiveness and economic sovereignty.

“The implementation by Dawex of the Gaia-X Trust Framework 22.10 is a great confirmation of Dawex vision & technological direction for data exchange. We are pleased about this outstanding achievement,” says Laurent Lafaye, Dawex co-CEO. “The latest Gaia-X advancements mark a real momentum for data exchange and all organisations. Organisations engaging in building data ecosystems will now be able to rely on guiding principles that will ensure they keep control over who accesses their data, for which purpose and under which terms, that is essential to building trust and retaining data sovereignty,” added Laurent Lafaye.

The Gaia-X Architecture guides organisations in establishing a data infrastructure ecosystem.

The Gaia-X Trust Framework offers guiding principles for a data ecosystem to ensure trust, safeguarding data protection, transparency, security, portability, and flexibility.