Disruptive technologies represent some of the biggest social and economic transformations for the 21st century. Unmanned vehicles on the road and in sky, medical surveillance devices, robotic servants, and blockchain payment systems are just the beginning of disruptive technology. As societies around the world continue to debate which innovations are liberating and which are threatening to personal privacy and space, the unstoppable race for increasingly more invasive systems is already well entrenched in the global economy and national security for every country. Archival Institute is utilizing disruptive technology in private sector engagements to develop and secure infrastructure while also contributing towards policy discussions that will bring about legislation needed to protect individual freedoms in the US and globally.