How Blockchain Changes Nowadays Business Security

While smart contracts and decentralized cloud storage are already a reality, there are several blockchain implementation prospects that may come to life in the nearest future. Among them is private messaging solutions powered by blockchain technology. This solution is crucial for business security, as it encrypts all interactions, creating a system of unified communication. While most private messaging systems today use end-to-end encryption, which ensures safety but is still far from being completely secure, blockchain-powered private messaging solutions are expected to have higher levels of

How Blockchain Changes Nowadays Business Security
Best Data Visualization Tools for 2020 Reviewed

Source: Zoho Analytics Generating visualizations and dashboards, Zoho Analytics enables companies and departments with tabular view components. These components use the help of various widgets and pivot tables. Focused on data visualization experts and analysts, the solution offers in-depth features such as deep analytics powered by artificial intelligence assistant, Zia. Similar to other mentioned tools, they also provide a drag and drop interface to create visualizations, and you can easily insert images, widgets, and web components in their layout. An exciting feature is the

Best Data Visualization Tools for 2020 Reviewed
WireGuard: A Breakthrough in Online Security

It was almost two decades ago that VPN industry saw an upgrade in the tunneling protocols. The upgrade came in the form of OpenVPN, an open-source protocol that dominates the market to this day. I feel that with the development of WireGuard some significant progress and a breakthrough in online security has occurred. WireGuard is a type of VPN that aims to be simpler than the current VPNs while offering a higher degree of security. It is a tool that is free and open source with GPLv2 license – same as Linux Kernel. Some experts are already backing WireGuard as the protocol that will dethrone

WireGuard: A Breakthrough in Online Security
Serverless Backups: Viable Data Protection for Small Businesses

Serverless backup, as the term implies, is the practice of creating backups without any physical servers. This technology leverages the cloud computing model of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). In this cloud computing model, the Cloud Service Provider (CSP) offers the server while the SMB stores their backups, via WAN or a private network, in it. Therefore, the SMB gets the full serverless or hardware-less experience. That’s the definition, but is it a viable option for small and medium-sized businesses? The answer is a resounding “Yes.” What makes Serverless backups Suitable for

Serverless Backups: Viable Data Protection for Small Businesses
Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal Your Data

Customers who buy an IoT-enabled product should know that the device will always transmit some data over the internet. It is how they work, and it is what makes them so easy to set, adjust, and control. But there are limits to what data the devices should and should not transmit. Some information, that may be normal for an Original Equipment Manufacturer to gather and transfer. But it may not be acceptable for the end-user. Are we actually on the same page with OEM? According to a recent study from a collaboration of Northeastern University and Imperial College London — not so much. The

Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal Your Data



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