On Blockchain Voting

Schneier on Security

Blockchain voting is a spectacularly dumb idea for a whole bunch of reasons. I have generally quoted Matt Blaze : Why is blockchain voting a dumb idea? You may have heard of Voatz, which uses blockchain for voting. And this is my general essay on blockchain.

Understanding Blockchain and its Impact on Legal Technology, Part Two

eDiscovery Daily

Now, Tom has written another terrific overview regarding blockchain and legal technology titled Understanding Blockchain and its Impact on Legal Technology that we’re happy to share on the eDiscovery Daily blog. Understanding Blockchain and Bitcoin. To understand blockchain and bitcoin better, let’s take a look at the background of how they were created and discuss how blockchain works. Background on Blockchain and Bitcoin. How Blockchain Works.

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Keeping up with Quantum Technology | Quantum Computing

Everteam

While everyone is digging deep into the Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Blockchain and many other new digital transformation phenomena, Quantum Computing has been transformed from theory to reality. Listed under one of the ten strategic technology trends for 2019 according to Gartner, Quantum Computing has been grabbing the headlines. Let’s move to how it’s related to computers. What is Quantum Computing? Quantum Computing quantum computing

Understanding Blockchain and its Impact on Legal Technology, Part Four

eDiscovery Daily

Now, Tom has written another terrific overview regarding blockchain and legal technology titled Understanding Blockchain and its Impact on Legal Technology that we’re happy to share on the eDiscovery Daily blog. General Use Cases for Blockchain. Several actual examples may show the actual utility of blockchain. And since the decentralized nature of blockchains encourages data sharing, it works better whether the network is local or worldwide.

Is Blockchain as Secure as People Think? Maybe Not: Cybersecurity Best Practices

eDiscovery Daily

As you may have seen yesterday, Tom O’Connor has written his latest terrific informational overview series for CloudNine about blockchain that we will be covering in a six-part series over the next couple of weeks. Not to steal any thunder, but Tom’s article will cover things like the advantages of blockchain and its impact on legal technology and eDiscovery. Besides that, we’ve long known that just as blockchains have unique security features, they have unique vulnerabilities.

Consensus algorithms in blockchain and beyond – 5 of 5

Perficient Data & Analytics

Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and smart contract platforms like Ethereum are recent examples of the evolution of consensus algorithms blockchain represents. Consensus, getting distributed processes to agree on a single value, is a fundamental problem in computer science. Privacy is necessary for an open society in the electronic age. At this time, people are concerned that the immutability of the blockchain implies that it’s incompatible with GDPR.

The U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Seeks Comment on Digital Innovation by Banks

Data Matters

electronic payments, check capture and online banking), the OCC lists some of the new technologies, the implementation of which may be hindered by ambiguous, burdensome or inflexible rules, such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, biometrics, cloud computing and big data/analytics. In what activities would the commenter like to engage using technologies such as crypto/blockchain, artificial intelligence, new payments technologies or regtech? The U.S.

Part 1: OMG! Not another digital transformation article! Is it about understanding the business drivers?

ARMA International

Some technology trends such as real-time data analytics are on-going, while others are more recent, such as blockchain. This means imaging the “art of the possible” for a new future using a cloud computing model to deliver transformative change. The hype started with Blockchain 1.0,

Today is the Day to “Master” Your Knowledge of eDiscovery in Washington DC for 2018: eDiscovery Trends

eDiscovery Daily

This year’s Washington DC event includes nearly two days of educational sessions covers topics ranging from privacy to cybersecurity to social media to cloud computing. GDPR, blockchain and big data are also significant topics for the event. I will be moderating a panel of eDiscovery experts that includes Mike Quartararo , Founder and Managing director of eDPM Advisory Services and author of the 2016 book Project Management in Electronic Discovery; Robert D. It’s here!

STEPS FORWARD: Math geniuses strive to make a pivotal advance — by obfuscating software code

The Last Watchdog

Related: How Multi Party Computation is disrupting encrypti on An accomplished violinist, Einstein, no doubt, appreciated the symmetry of his metaphor. Our top math geniuses point to iO as a cornerstone needed to unleash the full potential of artificially intelligent (AI) programs running across highly complex and dynamic cloud platforms, soon to be powered by quantum computers. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering — puts us one step closer to a working iO prototype.

“Master” Your Knowledge of eDiscovery With This Conference in Washington DC Again This Year: eDiscovery Trends

eDiscovery Daily

This year’s Washington DC event includes nearly two days of educational sessions covers topics ranging from privacy to cybersecurity to social media to cloud computing. GDPR, blockchain and big data are also significant topics for the event. Electronic Discovery Industry Trends Information GovernanceIt’s October! The leaves are turning, the baseball playoffs are currently going on (with the Astros one step closer to making my prediction come true again ).

Whee! What a Great Event at the Second Annual WiE Legal Technology Showcase and Conference: eDiscovery Trends

eDiscovery Daily

The keynote address ( The Future Practice of Law: AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing ) was presented by Shawnna Hoffman, Global Co-Leader of the IBM Cognitive Legal Practice, IBM from 10:00am-11:00am. I took a picture of the room during Shawnna’s keynote address here: Shawnna did a good job of discussing several aspects of AI, blockchain and quantum computing and related them to eDiscovery and legal technology. Electronic Discovery Industry Trends

Why Does Production Have to be Such a Big Production?, Part Three

eDiscovery Daily

Tom has also written several terrific informational overview series for CloudNine, including his most recent one, Understanding Blockchain and its Impact on Legal Technology , which we covered as part of a webcast on March 27. Encoding: Some programs prefer a certain background computer language. Electronic Discovery ProductionEditor’s Note: Tom O’Connor is a nationally known consultant, speaker, and writer in the field of computerized litigation support systems.

Best Digital Forensics Tools & Software for 2021

eSecurity Planet

Autopsy is its GUI and a digital forensics platform used widely in public and private computer system investigations to boost TSK’s abilities. image files, and analysis of remote computers.

Ukraine police and Binance dismantled a cyber gang behind $42M money laundering

Security Affairs

Police conducted searches of the suspects’ residences and offices and seized more than $ 200,000 worth of computer equipment, weapons, ammunition and cash. Binance also partnered with TRM Labs, a blockchain analysis firm that focuses on fraud detection.

Top Cybersecurity Accounts to Follow on Twitter

eSecurity Planet

Galperin is the current Director of Cybersecurity at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and noted free speech advocate. Breaking: Mars becomes the second planet that has more computers running Linux than Windows.

Craig Ball of Craig D. Ball, PC: eDiscovery Trends 2018

eDiscovery Daily

A frequent court appointed special master in electronic evidence, Craig is a prolific contributor to continuing legal and professional education programs throughout the United States, having delivered over 2,000 presentations and papers. Craig’s articles on forensic technology and electronic discovery frequently appear in the national media and he teaches E-Discovery and Digital Evidence at the University of Texas School of Law. Electronic Discovery Industry Trends

Part 3: OMG! Not another digital transformation article! Is it about effecting risk management and change management?

ARMA International

Some technology trends such as real-time data analytics are ongoing, while others are more recent, such as blockchain. This means imagining the “art of the possible” for a new future using a cloud computer model to deliver transformative change. This is referred to as “edge computing.”

Part 2: OMG! Not another digital transformation article! Is it about the evolution from RIM to Content Services?

ARMA International

Some technology trends such as real-time data analytics are on-going, while others are more recent, such as blockchain. This means imagining the “art of the possible” for a new future using a cloud computing model to deliver transformative change. Abstract.

Summary – “Industry in One: Financial Services”

ARMA International

Electronic Communications Retention and Supervision. Electronic communications (e-communications) is one of the key record categories that RIM professionals at financial organizations need to manage effectively. Firms are beginning to use a wide variety of other new technologies, such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, big data, advanced analytics, and blockchain. This article summarizes a report published by AIEF on June 26, 2019.

The debate on the Data Protection Bill in the House of Lords

Data Protector

When we do the weekly supermarket shop online, we should be able to move our shopping list electronically. If you think that your data has been anonymised, according to the computational privacy group at Imperial College, you will be wrong. What follows below is an edited version of the debate in the House of Lords of the Second Reading of the Data Protection Bill, held on 10 October.

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