By Sharon Rosa-Bohrer Blockchain is intended to be highly secure because it’s allegedly an immutable distributed ledger technology that decentralizes data storage and protection. Connecting unrelated parties without middlemen, blockchain provides a historical record of all data and financial transactions. However,
by Sharon Rosa-Bohrer Blockchain has the potential to revolutionize how the world, and business, work. From multi-step transactions like buying a house, requesting medical records to tracking assets, like a house, land, car or intellectual property, blockchain makes these processes economical
As facial recognition technology continues to advance, the debate over privacy and unregulated surveillance is reaching a boiling point. Does facial recognition violate privacy? It all boils down to obtaining appropriate user consent. Surprisingly, there are currently no federal laws
As hacker attacks have become increasingly more sophisticated, application security is vital for companies to protect customer’s data and guard against financial loss, intellectual property theft and brand damage.
Protecting consumer data and information is no longer a job solely reserved for the IT department. Business leaders and executives must be aware of risks that can compromise data and security when it comes to your tech.