Risk and Control Considerations for Blockchain Technology
Blockchain is best known as the distributed-ledger technology that underpins cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. In today’s interconnected digital ecosystem, data has become the currency that truly matters. The value of blockchain lies in a decentralized architectural structure that makes data diﬀicult to manipulate and protects against failure.
Adoption of this entirely new type of architecture and data structure requires:
- In-depth assessment of how cybersecurity safeguards interact with blockchain and other IT systems
- Correct implementation of blockchain technology and its associated applications
- Adequate risk-management strategies
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