The rapid digitalization and automation of business processes makes data integrity critical, as low-quality data risks infecting automated business decision process. Authors Dan Geer and T. Mark Morley suggest that blockchain may offer one solution to the data integrity problem.
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 25:24 — 29.1MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Google Podcasts | Email | RSSIn this episode of the Security Ledger Podcast (#102): we think of blockchain as the immutable and distributed ledger that vouches for crypto currency transactions. But is its real potential as a foundation for a secure Internet of Things? We speak with Vaughan Emery, the CEO of the start-up Atonomi, which markets itself as a secure ledger for Things.
The success of blockchain technology in securing cryptocurrencies doesn’t make the technology a good fit for securing the Internet of Things, RSA Security Chief Technology Officer Zulfikar Ramzan says. Check out our exclusive conversation with Zully about IoT, blockchain and the state of the information security industry.
In-brief: Blockchain technology will have to clear a number of hurdles before it will be ready to serve as a core infrastructure for the Internet of Things, the author explains.
In-brief: DHS’s S&T Directorate on Friday announced that it awarded $199,000 to Factom Inc., an Austin, Texas firm to fund a project titled “Blockchain Software to Prove Integrity of Captured Data From Border Devices.”