Blockchain was originally developed to prevent fraud in digital currency exchanges. But fast forward to 2018, and many industries are finding that blockchain serves endless protective and even disruptive use cases for their businesses—ones that could change processes and wipe out both fraud and “the middle man” altogether. Let’s take a look at three ways Blockchain can help combat fraud. …
Short answer: yes. Although we’ve recently heard so much about sophisticated cyber crimes like those launched on a national scale—i.e. Russia—the truth is, most attacks are simple and home grown. In fact, unassuming employees make up the bulk of attacks happening today. That means companies need to change their perspective on how to protect themselves. Planning only for sophisticated cyber …
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