Blockchain is a “decentralized, distributed electronic ledger built on the model of offering absolute security and trust.”(Scientific American) Cryptographic transactions are recorded chronologically and publicly, they are then time-stamped and “linked to the previous one.” Of most importance, these digital ‘blocks’ can only be updated through the consensus of all participants, with data interception, modification and deletion near impossible.
While it may not be the first thing that comes to mind, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has indicated crime may factor in up to 30% of business failures. Are your physical locations secure and safe from this hazard?
It is certainly no secret that cybersecurity is ever increasingly a focal point for security professionals. It is now no longer on the periphery, and is of serious concern in the video surveillance market.