Kevin Bloch of Cisco on things to prepare for as we enter the fourth year of the fourth industrial revolution
Blockchain - News, Features, and Slideshows
- Up ahead: AI-first, internet of blockchain... and economic dislocation
- Enterprise will focus on four technologies in 2019
- HSBC used blockchain to settle $250B worth of trades
If 2018 was the year of the data breach, the thinking among IT pros is that this will be the year companies take concrete steps to prevent future breaches.
HSBC has settled $250 billion worth of forex trades using blockchain in the last year, it said on Monday, suggesting the heavily hyped technology is gaining traction in a sector until now hesitant to embrace it.
With assistance from Splunk, the Global Emancipation Network built Minerva - a platform that uses big data to help liquidate the operations of worldwide human trafficking rings
One of the attractions of a blockchain platform is the immutability of data recorded on it, which seems to conflict with the right to erasure under the GDPR which allows an individual to have their personal information deleted. Russell McVeagh lawyers Liz Blythe, Michael Taylor, Rachel O'Brien and Zoe Sims write about how to resolve this tension.
Bitcoin exploded on to the world’s stage in 2012 as a currency backed by everyone and controlled by no one. But what exactly makes it work from a technology standpoint?