How Blockchain Technology is Improving Compliance and Security
It goes without saying that compliance and security have the highest of priorities within an organisation. In the digital world, however, effective compliance and security comes at a high cost. In this session we consider the value of Blockchain technology in ensuring compliance and security in digital transactions.
Join the panel where the following points will be discussed:
· Where is Blockchain being used to deliver compliance and security?
· Does Blockchain actually improve compliance and security?
· What case studies exist to actually demonstrate this?
· What role does Blockchain have with device-to-device communications and the IOT?
· Can Blockchain improve the customer experience in user-centric digital services or is it just an underlying technology?
· Is Blockchain better than existing technologies and approaches or is it really just hyped up by the tech industry?
RecordedJul 21 201656 mins
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