Clearly the world is going blockchain. There are so many indicators. For example, the value of the bitcoin and other cryptocurrency blockchains grew from zero in 2009 to $1 billion four years later. The next four years they exploded to over $140 Billion. The volume of Google searches for the term “blockchain” is 100 times what it was in 2013. And, the latest estimates are that more than half of the companies in the world with over 20,000 employees are working on blockchain research, development and deployment. Of those, two-thirds plan to deploy blockchain solutions in 2018. Blockchain technology could potentially impact every transaction involving the transfer of money, property or information. This includes financial transactions, all supply chains, and data feeds. This technology will integrate with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) to change the very paradigm of how we interact with people, institutions and technology.
The questions for security professionals is how does this impact our ability to secure our assets and information. This presentation will provide an introductory view into what blockchain technology is and how it will impact the security domain.
We created this report to assist governments in exploiting the next era of technology in their own operations, within their economies and society, and with their allies and global partners. The Blockchain Research Institute produced it in collaboration with the Washington DC based Chamber of Digital Commerce and a group of experts from several countries. To make the report more concrete, we chose to focus on the opportunities and challenges facing the new administration in the United States as an exemplar of what government could do.
Presented at the GBA Government Blockchain Leadership Forum in May 2018.
NTIS Data Joint Venture: Who We Are and What We Do
This presentation was delivered at the Government Blockchain Association chapter meeting in Arlington, VA. It includes trends and blockchain use cases applicable to the energy industry.
- A New Paradigm
- What is Decentralized Finance
- History of DeFi
- How Does it Work?
- Examples of DeFi
- Impact on Individuals
- Impact on Financial Institutions
- Impact on Governments
- Questions & Answers
This presentation describes why blockchain technology is the most transformative technology in human history and describes the impact that it will have on central banks and the banking system in general. It includes a brief survey of how central banks around the world are approaching blockchain
This presentation discusses the challenges that blockchain and cryptocurrencies pose for law enforcement, defense, and intelligence professionals and describes the analytical tools and techniques that can be used to identify and stop bad actors who use cryptocurrencies.
This presentation addresses the current state of cybersecurity threats including threats to basic services, the financial sectors, and general data integrity. It includes a blockchain overview including the nature of blockchains and how all of the elements like cryptography, consensus and distributed management relate to security attributes of a blockchain system. The presentation goes on to include information about blockchain as a security solution. This topic is explored from a variety of perspectives and use-cases. It also includes a summary of security considerations from a Risk Management Framework Perspective. This leads to a discussion of relevant government regulations, And lastly, GBA resources available to support solutions related to blockchain and security.
This presentation described how blockchain can help address the following conditions:
1) 62% of insured adults rely on their doctors to manage their health records
2) 29% keep them in a file drawer or even a shoebox
3) Over 300 different EHR systems in use today,
4) 3 different IT systems of record for every encounter
5) On average we see 18.7 different doctors in our lifetime
6) Little to no communication among systems
7) Our medical records are scattered across many different types of systems controlled by many different IT departments and behind many different firewalls (no one has a holistic view of your health)
This presentation describes what blockchain is and describes some of the ways that it is being used in the government space. It also describes why this technology is so transformative and how it is impacted by major cultural trends that are likely to shape government institutions and financial services.
This presentation includes:
1) What is cryptocurrency?
2) What are the uses of cryptocurrency?
3) What are utility tokens?
4) What are the goals in regulating cryptocurrencies?
5) What laws apply to cryptocurrencies?
6) How are cryptocurrencies actually regulated?
This powerpoint presentation describes how standard blockchain work and focusses on the hashing function and why that is important to time and date stamping. This is explained in terms of validating the authenticity of original works and how it is used to validate proof of ownership. It also includes examples of blockchain based solutions that are commercially available.
For more information about this subject, contact your local GBA Chater Leader to find out when the chapter will be holding a meeting on this subject.
This presentation discusses the top ten use cases for blockchains by central banks. They include:
- Retail Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC)
- Wholesale Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC)
- Interbank Securities Settlement
- Payment System Resiliency and Contingency
- Bond Issuance and Lifecycle Management
- Anti-Money Laundering / Know Your Customer
- Information Exchange and Data Sharing
- Trade Finance
- Customer SEPA Creditor Identifier (SCI) Provisioning
- Cash Money Supply Chain
- The presentation also provides guidance for getting more information.
This presentation was delivered to Gerard Dache during the Global Blockchain Summit in Denver, CO on October 3, 2019. The agenda included:
- Why Are We Here?
- The State of Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies
- Government Responses
- So What?
- Get Connected
This presentation describes the impact of blockchain and cryptocurrencies around the world. It was delivered at the HITB CyberWeek event at the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
This presentation was delivered at the Google office in Reston, VA. It includes threats to governments and financial systems resulting from the development, implementation, and use of blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies. Special thanks to Victoria Adams of Consensys and Christopher Durr for their contributions to this presentation.
This instructor-led Hyperledger training course is designed for developers and administrators who want to take a comprehensive deep dive on Hyperledger Fabric and Hyperledger Composer. This Hyperledger training course has several comprehensive parts, giving you real world experience. The Government Blockchain Association Certified Blockchain Developer Hyperledger exam is included with class.
In 30 hour course, you will learn the need for blockchain applications, where blockchain is used, and about Hyperledger Fabric, the open source framework for developing blockchain applications and solutions with a modular architecture. It will introduce you to the Hyperledger Composer tool that helps you create Hyperledger Fabric applications through several hands-on parts.
This course has been meticulously designed and taught by subject matter experts. The live training expert will walk you through both overview topics and deep dive topics, such as steps to integrate/develop an application with Hyperledger Fabric. There are use cases, proof of concepts, as well as interactive part work about the concepts.
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