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Combating Fakes and ‘Bad’ information

by Avivah Litan  |  July 25, 2020  |  Comments Off on Combating Fakes and ‘Bad’ information

Authenticated provenance is critical in an era of #fakes #hacks and exploding #digitalbusiness See  Hype Cycle for Blockchain Technology, 2020


New Gartner ThinkCast episode: Gartner analyst Avivah Litan reveals how to distinguish genuine products and content from their fake counterparts. Listen to the podcast today.

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Our research will soon delve into how to solve the critical issue of fake or manipulated information being written to #blockchain #smartcontracts running #defi , which is going to transform global financial systems over the next decade. 

Oracle systems such as #chainlink and new competitor Band Protocol help solve this problem. These #oracle systems also work in non-financial domains, where they face competition from companies like Context Labs, that build trust solutions using a variety of methods. We discuss these methods in our latest research How to Detect Fakes in a Zero Trust World using AI and Blockchain

#Podcast #GartnerSYM #CIO #AI #Blockchain #AIintheEnterprise

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Avivah Litan
VP Distinguished Analyst
19 years at Gartner
34 years IT industry

Avivah Litan is a Vice President and Distinguished Analyst in Gartner Research. Ms. Litan's areas of expertise include endpoint security, security analytics for cybersecurity and fraud, user and entity behavioral analytics, and insider threat detection. Read Full Bio

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