2018 was a rocky year security-wise. Governments, universities, power companies and ‘big name’ entreprises became victims of elaborate hacks. This year, 75% of CEOs and board members name cybersecurity and technology acquisitions among their top priorities. Blockchain-based solutions are among the commonly considered options. And not just among business leaders.
Recently, NASA decided to implement blockchain technology in order to boost cybersecurity, and prevent denial of service and other attacks on air traffic services. They will do this by using the same distributed ledger technology that is often associated with bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Clearly, blockchain is emerging as a very viable technology when it comes to protecting businesses and other entities from cyber attacks. Here are four promising use cases, moving from the labs to real life.
Source : Forbes