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  • Blockchain and eDiscovery (Part Two): Investigations from Bitcoin to Blockchain
    Blockchain and eDiscovery (Part Two): Investigations from Bitcoin to Blockchain
    John Wilson, ACE, AME, CBE Recorded: Dec 4 2018 51 mins
    With the increasing usage of cryptocurrencies and blockchains in today's world, eDiscovery professionals need to understand how these emerging technologies should be considered and investigated as part of data discovery and legal discovery processes.

    This expert presentation led by one of eDiscovery's foremost digital forensics experts, John Wilson, will highlight both cryptocurrencies and blockchains and provide attendees with fundamental information that will help them understand how to examine and investigate these technologies and the electronically stored information that results from their usage.

    Key Presentation Topics Include:

    + Quick Review: Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain
    + Crime, Cryptocurrencies, and Blockchain
    + Investigating Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain
    + The Physical Scene
    + The Digital Scene
    + Forensic Evidence
    + Following Transaction Trails
    + Investigation Intelligence

    Presenting Expert: John Wilson, ACE, AME, CBE

    As President of Forensics at HaystackID, John provides consulting and forensic services to help companies address various matters related to electronic discovery and computer forensics including leading forensic investigations, cryptocurrency investigations, ensuring proper preservation of evidence items and chain of custody. He develops forensic workflows and processes for clients including major financial institutions, Fortune 500 companies, AmLaw 100 law firms as well as many other organizations.
  • Blockchain 101:  Intro to Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, and Smart Contracts
    Blockchain 101: Intro to Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, and Smart Contracts
    Sunny Aggarwal, Blockchain @ Berkeley Recorded: Nov 29 2018 49 mins
    Are you wondering how bitcoin and blockchain will revolutionize the way we live today? This seminar will help you learn more about the future of the technology and its applications. We will explore the fundamentals of Bitcoin, blockchain platforms, Ethereum, and build up a framework you can leverage to discover your own use cases. No prior knowledge required!
  • Self Sovereign Identity - Going Where No Identity Has Gone Before
    Self Sovereign Identity - Going Where No Identity Has Gone Before
    Ricardo Diaz, Blockchain CLT, Founder Managing Partner, Mike Lodder, Sovrin Foundation Security Maven Recorded: Nov 26 2018 59 mins
    Data privacy is dead. Social login is not the answer. Over thirty years of cyber security internal controls have fallen short of protecting our data. Traditional identity and access management (IAM) systems, aka Web 2.0 IAM, have evolved but only exacerbates the proliferation of centralized identity repositories. Centralized identity repositories that have for decades been the “Crown Jewels” of every malicious hacker or nation state bad actor to be the gateway to our personally identifiable information. A new paradigm shift in the identity management industry is here, Web 3.0 IAM. Blockchain identity management has many names. Decentralized identity. Self-Sovereign Identity. Multi-source identity. All define the same new IAM future. An identity management system powered by distributed ledger technology.
    We will cover the basics of what is Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) and this evolution of the IAM space. The webcast will showcase how one of the SSI leaders in the blockchain identity space, Sovrin, works. Sovrin.org is the leading SSI public identity network solutions in the Blockchain world. It is an open source project managed by the Hyperledger Indy project within the Linux Foundation.
    Speakers
    Michael Lodder: Security Maven | Sovrin Foundation
    Mike currently works on all things security related to algorithms, protocols, and technology. I have worked in the identity and security space for many years.
    Ricardo Diaz: Founder | Managing Partner | Blockchain CLT
    Ricardo is the founder of Blockchain CLT, a DLT services and solution business based out of the Charlotte, NC. He is a serial entrepreneur, human rights advocate, social impact entrepreneur and has a passion for decentralized identity (SSI). An enterprise software executive, cyber security, identity management, cloud and decentralized computing professional with almost 25 years of working experience in engineering, consulting, sales, marketing and business development roles.
  • The Blockchain Saga: Production Deployments and Implementation Challenges
    The Blockchain Saga: Production Deployments and Implementation Challenges
    Ravikant Agrawal, Sai Casula, Anna Flach, Piers Duffell Recorded: Nov 16 2018 62 mins
    Talk to blockchain enthusiasts and they will tell you about the potential use cases in their industries and the proofs-of-concept they have run to prove blockchain value.

    However, when the discussion is about production deployments of such use cases and the questions about implementation challenges and production-readiness gaps. Will this change in coming time and will we see a significant shift from experimentation to production deployments of enterprise blockchains?

    Let’s have insightful discussion during our panel discussion with industry experts from blockchain space.
  • The Blockchain Saga: Production Deployments and Implementation Challenges
    The Blockchain Saga: Production Deployments and Implementation Challenges
    Ravikant Agrawal, Sai Casula, Anna Flach Recorded: Nov 16 2018 1 min
    Talk to blockchain enthusiasts and they will tell you about the potential use cases in their industries and the proofs-of-concept they have run to prove blockchain value.

    However, when the discussion is about production deployments of such use cases and the questions about implementation challenges and production-readiness gaps. Will this change in coming time and will we see a significant shift from experimentation to production deployments of enterprise blockchains?

    Let’s have insightful discussion during our panel discussion with industry experts from blockchain space.
  • Enterprise Blockchain Applications and its Security
    Enterprise Blockchain Applications and its Security
    Suraz Kottakki, Partner, Towards Blockchain & MultitudeX Recorded: Nov 12 2018 59 mins
    Enterprise blockchain could be a quiet revolution. Enterprises are constantly looking at implementing new technology in order to gain the competitive advantage they need. For many, blockchain could be the answer. Based on how it
    is implemented blockchain technology offers reduced transaction cost and time, improved
    transparency, incentives for certain behaviours, product and system security etc. The
    applications of blockchain in enterprises vary from supply chain management, process
    verification and audit, data sharing etc to transaction settlements, cross border trade, biometrics
    monitoring etc.

    Join this webinar to learn:
    -Ensuring the privacy and security of enterprise data
    -The differences between requirements for enterprise blockchains and those developed for consumers and consumer applications
    -Dealing with intellectual property in business processes
    -The potential issues of a decentralised network where all the On-Chain data is visible to everyone
    -Best practices for adopting blockchain for your enterprise
  • Can Blockchain help save costs and reform the NHS?
    Can Blockchain help save costs and reform the NHS?
    Barry E James, Eleonora Harwich, Dr Navin Ramachandran, Dr James Somauroo, Eric M. Fish Recorded: Nov 9 2018 64 mins
    The NHS is a much-loved institution but the system is on its knees and facing an entrenched range of problems from confidential data going missing to blocked beds, from dangerously long waits in A&E to lack of timely access to information and unempowered patients. Could blockchain technology help cut costs, reduce the administrative burden, securely track test results, and safely share data to empower patients and the medical profession? And from the perspective of enterprise and investors, where is the real return on investment in healthcare reform in both the short and longer term?

    Barry E James, CEO and Founder, Token Intelligence (Moderator)

    Eleonora Harwich – Director of Research, Reform

    Dr Navin Ramachandran – UCH and IOTA Foundation

    Dr James Somauroo – Founding Partner, HS.live

    Eric M. Fish – Federation of State Medical Boards
  • Blockchain and eDiscovery (Part One): Basics of Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain
    Blockchain and eDiscovery (Part One): Basics of Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain
    John Wilson, ACE, AME, CBE Recorded: Nov 7 2018 56 mins
    With the increasing importance of privacy and security in today's business world coupled with the advancement and acceptance of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Etherium, today's legal professional is behind the proverbial power curve if they do not have a basic understanding of emerging cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies. As these emerging technologies are rapidly moving from proof of concept projects to formal systems of record, it is only a matter of time until almost anyone involved in the business of law or the law of business is confronted with a situation involving these highly publicized technologies.

    This expert presentation led by one of eDiscovery's foremost digital forensics experts, John Wilson, will highlight both blockchains and cryptocurrencies to arm attendees with essential information that will help them understand these technologies that are changing the landscape of business and law.

    Key Presentation Topics Include:

    + Understanding Cryptocurrencies
    + Why Cryptocurrencies Have Value
    + How Cryptocurrencies Work
    + Understanding Blockchain
    + Why Blockchain Is A Foundational Technology
    + How Blockchain Works
    + Use Cases for Blockchain as a Legal Technology
    + eDiscovery Considerations for Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain

    Presenting Expert: John Wilson, ACE, AME, CBE

    As President of Forensics at HaystackID, John provides consulting and forensic services to help companies address various matters related to electronic discovery and computer forensics including leading forensic investigations, cryptocurrency investigations, ensuring proper preservation of evidence items and chain of custody. He develops forensic workflows and processes for clients including major financial institutions, Fortune 500 companies, AmLaw 100 law firms as well as many other organizations.
  • [Panel] Blockchain, AI and the Future of Trade Finance
    [Panel] Blockchain, AI and the Future of Trade Finance
    Enno-Burghard Weitzel - Commerzbank, Finbarr Bermingham - GTR, Cécile André Leruste - Accenture, Mike Walker - Finastra Recorded: Nov 1 2018 30 mins
    Trade finance is at a unique point. A combination of technology, environmental challenges and complex regulatory factors are paving the way for profound industry transformation. Already, banks are investigating how to leverage distributed ledger technology, artificial intelligence and machine learning, opening up new ecosystems and future revenue streams.

    Following on from deep dive sessions during SIBOS senior trade executives will share insights on new collaborative models for trade finance, technology and the trade ecosystem of the future.

    Finbarr Bermingham, Editor - APAC, Global Trade Review
    Mike Walker, Global Head of Sales Enablement, Corporate Banking and Payments, Finastra
    Cécile André Leruste, Banking Lead Europe, Accenture
    Enno-Burghard Weitzel, Head of Product Management Trade Services, Commerzbank
  • [Panel] Cognitive Corporate Banking: Open Banking and AI Considerations
    [Panel] Cognitive Corporate Banking: Open Banking and AI Considerations
    Anton Ruddenklau - KPMG, Patty Hines - Celent, Thomas Nielsen - Deutsche Bank and Tim Tyler - Finastra Recorded: Oct 30 2018 19 mins
    The notion of a 'cognitive' corporate bank would have been a giant leap a decade ago. Today, the use of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and predictive analytics is accelerating in corporate banking.

    * What does a cognitive corporate bank look like?
    * How can open banking APIs support the application of AI at the optimal points in the client lifecycle and enable bankers to focus less on admin and more on value-added services?
    * To what extent does the cognitive bank need to be 'open' and how can this shift help banks move from selling commoditized products, to service promises?

    This panel will explore how AI and open banking can work together to improve customer journeys, reduce inefficiencies and risk, and drive revenue growth - and what banks have to do to get there.

    Anton Ruddenklau,Global Co-Leader of Fintech & Head of Digital and Innovation, Financial Services, UK, KPMG
    Tim Tyler, Master Solution Architect - Corporate and Retail Banking, Finastra
    Patty Hines, Senior Analyst, Corporate Banking, Celent
    Thomas Nielsen, Chief Digital Officer - Global Transaction Banking, Deutsche Bank

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