Why Zero Trust Data Security Makes so Much Sense

Valuable data is sometimes breached in conventional systems, even with strong conventional security structures. This has become a greater problem during pandemic times with greater distribution of systems to accommodate remote work. One solution being used particularly by large organizations is zero trust security. But smaller organizations can use the zero trust concept to improve the security of their systems and their data.

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The Need for Data Fitness

Over the past few years, organizations have faced the prospect of more decisions being dependent on data, but have often lacked the quality of data that is required. This has led to an increased focus on data fitness.

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Blockchain is Being Used a Lot for a Variety of Purposes

KPMG is leading a group that is using blockchain to monitor climate data and help companies to improve their footprint. IPwe has built the world’s first global patent market using blockchain. Trace Network is helping companies to create non-fungible tokens (NFTs) related to particular products that investors can buy and sell and consumers can track the development of those products. NFTs have become a big item for blockchain, which is valuable for ensuring the authenticity of the tokens.

Since there is so much mis-information and outright fraud online, blockchain provides a way to establish some much-needed trust. WindingTree used blockchain to create an open source registry that “provides real-time identification and verification of companies and their representatives.” Everest offers a financial inclusion platform to enable citizens to digitally verify their identify for public services and claim their social and economic rights. This fills a real need in some areas of the world. Carnomaly has an automotive marketplace driven by blockchain that enables users to buy and sell loans and assets without relying on a bank.

Blockchain is being used around the world for many other innovative purposes. To read more, check out this link. https://informationweek.com/big-data/blockchain-gets-real-across-industries/d/d-id/1341560?page_number=2



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