The Marriott Hack: Looking Back

Posted by Kelvin Chandran on 4/17/19 4:38 AM

Hacks seem to be showing up in the news right and left. A hack is an intentional attack on a system to get access to private information that the attackers are not supposed to have access to. They can be carried out by a single person or a group of people. Some hacks require skill, and some not so much. The best route of action for cyber-attackers, though, is looking for weaknesses in systems so they can be exploited—a weakness resulting from human negligence. It’s information that is left unsecured enabling third parties to see it if they wanted to. What kind of data a hacker wants and what he or she wants to do with it will generally define who their lucky victim is going to be.

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Topics: News, Blockchain technology, Fraud prevention, gdpr

GDPR: The Blockchain Iceberg

Posted by Henry Hirsch on 6/12/18 11:59 AM

The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect from 25 May 2018. This regulation brings with it a new set of challenges for blockchain companies. Think of it this way - GDPR is like an iceberg floating in the sea.

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Topics: RegTech, gdpr

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