When you think of blockchain, the first things that come to mind are Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. In the federal government, blockchain technology is leveraged for missions that rely on the free flow of accurate, “need-to-know” information and communications that are less than secure.
The native security capabilities of blockchain dramatically improve the abilities of products in this space to securely manage even the most sensitive information assets. The use of decentralized information storage capabilities removes hackable, single points of failure that are common in centralized databases.
Join SpiderOak and Carahsoft to discuss the security requirements of remote communication and collaboration in these hostile environments.
Participants can expect to learn:
- Not all products in secure communication and collaboration space are the same
- How blockchain and distributed ledger are game-changers for data integrity and non-repudiation
- The danger of using business first technology in security-first environments
- The importance of cryptographically secure distributed data enclaves in securing sensitive information
Learn how your organization can protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your most sensitive information with blockchain and disturbed ledger.