Privacy is a human right. With blockchain technology, a true decentralized process governs actions such as uploading or deleting data, preventing the information from being controlled by specific entities and their opaque practices.
Over the last two decades, the world has seen an increase in more sophisticated and more highly funded threat actors. Whereas lower-level threats attempt to breach security through sheer volume of attacks, these advanced actors are more persistent and methodical.
Blockchain technology has revolutionized the way we work and live. With its unmatched potential, it has given us complete control over our financial transactions, healthcare and numerous other activities which earlier required more privacy and transparency. This article will help you understand blockchain penetration testing beyond the buzzwords.
The Internet was originally built without concerns for privacy, especially not the complicated security features required by today’s standards. It’s far too late to redesign the entire Internet, however, two blockchain projects offer potential security solutions. Blockchain’s capabilities of serving as a decentralized payment system could be the secret for the future of internet security.
Take a look into the crystal ball. What does Gartner predict for 2020? Here are ten strategic trending technologies that tech leaders should have on their radar in the coming years. Augmented and virtual reality might train employees in the future, voting might become based on a blockchain, and AI security might become the most important factor in risk management.
Now that we know all the possibilities blockchain can achieve, we are potentially on the verge of a mass blockchain adoption, starting with enterprises. However, since the technology is still so young, there are still a number of hurdles businesses will have to jump over and research before they implement it successfully. Here are the three biggest challenges that enterprises face regarding blockchain adoption.
Blockchain is going through a lot of growing pains and there’s a lot of hidden costs that come along with it. Blockchain won’t be able to disrupt any real-world industry unless the problem of data storage is resolved. What are the alternatives? Some of them are more decentralized than others, some are cheaper than others – but they all work.
As enterprises invest in blockchain, many developers are adding blockchain skills to their long list of disciplines. This article explores some of the requirements that the blockchain developer of tomorrow will need, including a strong security background, and a vast understanding of global finance. Find out how the evolution of blockchain will affect professional credentials.
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Education technology moves fast, and it goes beyond smart boards and remote learning. How might the blockchain be put to work in the education sector? Find out a few ways in which the students of tomorrow may use the blockchain to keep student records, control the dispersal of copyrighted materials, and innovative learning platforms.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we welcomed the new version of Keras, got one step closer to TensorFlow 2.0 with a new release candidate, and learned more about the potentials of blockchain.
The digital banking sector currently faces several problems, including non-financial institution threads. In this article, read about how blockchain could potentially be a solution for financial services and digital banking. Blockchain can help with solutions such as an improvised identity system (KYC), and by reducing the change of fraudulent transactions.
Blockchain provides powerful encryption, autonomy, and anonymity. But, how do you invest in the blockchain? It has investment uses in different fields, including copyright preservation, cashless purchasing, and transaction security. Here are 10 blockchain tech solutions for businesses, and a quick overview of how blockchain works in simple, easy-to-understand steps.
Blockchain technologies only continue to grow as time goes on. With decentralization, it has become easier to share things with others, ensure fraud protection, and make agreements. In this article, find out some of the reasons that adapting to the future means adopting blockchain technologies at the entrepreneurship level.