Bitcoin is not only a currency. It’s a system, a platform and an invention. Many human activities that previously required centralized institutions or organizations to function as authoritative or trusted points of control can now be decentralized. This has profound implications for security. To take full advantage of this new paradigm, traditional security concepts need to be redefined. This presentation will review and dissect some of bitcoin’s core components and their security controls. The speaker will analyze and explain the controls and how they could be repurposed in other domains.
Cassio Goldschmidt, CBP, is a globally recognized information security leader, known for his contributions toOWASP, SAFECode, CWE/SANS Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors, along with contributing to the security education curriculum of numerous universities. Cassio was one of the three finalist in the (ISC)² ISLA Awards 2011 in the Information Security Practitioner category and endowed with the special Community Service Star award during the same occasion. In 2012, Cassio was one of the finalists in the Web Application Security Person of the Year (WASPY) awards. He holds a number of US patents and is a regular speaker at conferences worldwide. Cassio holds a BSCS from PUC/RS, a MS in software engineering from SCU, and a MBA from the USC.
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Source: SecurityTube.Net @ February 19, 2017 at 11:54PM