Posts about Data Security

A blockchain is a peer-to-peer distributed ledger (information recorded in a shared database) that enables open and trusted exchanges over the internet without using central servers or an independent trusted authority. Using consensus, a shared record is distributed to all participants in a network to validate transactions and remove the need for a third-party intermediary ...
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In today’s evermore networked society, data protection is a serious business. Security breaches lead to unwanted headlines and a loss of trust in enterprise organizations (such as banks or healthcare providers). Data security and keeping ahead of potential attackers, is a rapidly evolving field of development. Potential areas may involve safeguarding modern cloud computing environments or protecting commercial activities over the web ...
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Beginning a post on cyber security with the observation that the threat being discussed is frightening is a bit redundant. They all are frightening. Very often, today’s threats are more dangerous because they are a mix of multiple things that, when combined, are more potent than the sum of their parts. In this case, four elements are present: botnets, DDoS attacks, the internet of things (IoT) and connected consumer electronics equipment. Put together, these inexpensive ingredients are enough to threaten the internet …
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Each year starts with CES in which the world is introduced to thousands of new products, concepts and applications that are all designed to make our lives easier, safer, healthier, and happier. Many of these are truly innovations in technology; others might offer a “gee-whiz” moment of excitement; while some leave you simply asking why ...
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