This session discusses a path to overcome the critical Blockchain identity, privacy, and security challenges as it relates to Healthcare and Education.
Hype or not? Blockchain technologies lead news headlines. It is touted as immutable, safe, and secure. Proponents claim it can not be cracked. What are the facts? Some experts suggest, the technology is more mutable than advertised and carries unique risks. At its core, blockchain is an open, decentralized ledger that records transactions between two parties in a permanent way without needing third-party authentication. Can it create an efficient process that can reduce costs and be trusted to protect identities and secure information? This session discusses a path to overcome the critical Blockchain identity, privacy, and security challenges needed to achieve transparency and individual control.
Marsali Hancock, President and CEO, EP3 Foundation
Cristina Cárdenas, General Coordinator, @prende.mx
Sandra Elliott, Chief Education Officer EP3 Foundation
Gözde Erbaz, Cybersecurity Expert | President & Founder of Cyberrobin.com and Robincode.org
Adewale Omoniyi, Senior Managing Consultant, IBM GBS Cybersecurity and Blockchain Services
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