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What the CISO needs to know about Blockchain

by Jonathan Care  |  August 30, 2016  |  Submit a Comment

In response to some significant client demand, David Anthony Madhi and I have written a note giving our thoughts on the emerging blockchain technologies, and answer some of the questions we’ve seen posed by well-informed CISOs. To whet your appetite a little, here’s the summary:

Blockchain has the potential to become a significant trust enabler in the CISO’s arsenal. However, solutions are unclear, standards have yet to coalesce and regulation is far on the horizon. CISOs must make informed technology decisions that align with the organization’s risk appetite and tolerance.

This is an exciting area that has promise to revolutionize trust management across industry sectors. We look forward to seeing how things develop!

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Jonathan Care
Research Director
1 years at Gartner
22 years IT Industry

Jonathan Care expertise includes payment systems, cybersecurity, fraud detection and prevention applications, authentication, identity proofing, identity theft, and insider threats. He also covers the PCI compliance program, tokenization and the security aspects of payment systems. Read Full Bio

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