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Blockchain Threat and Financial Institutions - Part 2

Financial Institutions such as banks and credit unions have been experimenting with blockchain technology over the past years with varying degrees of success as seen in use cases from identity management to cross-border payments, just to name a few. It is no longer a question if blockchain technology will impact financial institutions but is more about how the impact will play out and to what extent. Accordingly, leading financial institutions are repositioning and augmenting their offerings to their customers to reduce or mitigate the impact of emerging blockchain-based applications. In this, part two, our teams at Caplock Security and InfoSight will explore the following: Limitations and C

2019 EuroCACS/CSX Conference - Auditing Smart Contracts

Smart contracts enable automated execution of agreements, rights, and obligations in digital form between two of more parties using tamper-proof execution of computer code. By providing standardization, speed, security, and certainty to transaction settlement, smart contracts are posed for rapid adoption as organizations seek to reduce transaction costs by adopting blockchain technology. Accordingly, smart contracts bring forth new pitfalls and prerequisites to the auditing process for the auditors not previously seen. Smart contracts enable automated execution of agreements, rights, and obligations in digital form between two of more parties using tamper-proof execution of computer code. By

Blockchain Threat and Financial Institutions - Part 1

Financial Institutions such as banks and credit unions have been experimenting with blockchain technology over the past years with varying degrees of success with use cases from identity management to cross-border payments, just to name a few. It is no longer a question if blockchain technology will impact financial institutions but is more about how the impact will play out and to what extent. Accordingly, leading financial institutions are repositioning and augmenting their offerings to their customers to reduce or mitigate the impact of emerging blockchain-based applications. This multi-part webinar intends to increase awareness for executives of financial institutions to better understan

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