Blockchain Security Services

Security Architecture Review

How can I minimize security risks in my blockchain infrastructure?

While blockchain architectures are theoretically sound, a great deal of attention must be paid to their underlying security and cryptography. When this doesn’t happen enterprise blockchain solutions are vulnerable to attack.

Solution

An external review of your blockchain architecture will help uncover areas of weakness before they can be exploited by malicious actors. The Blockchain Security Center offers comprehensive reviews of blockchain applications, solutions, and platforms along with their surrounding security architecture.

 

Once the review process is complete, our full-stack security experts can help you with everything from designing code to improving the security, availability, and scalability of your infrastructure, servers, and containers.

Why us

Kudelski Security is renowned for providing world-class security services, and we have a proven track record of helping enterprise clients find and remediate serious security issues. The Blockchain Security Center combines leading security and cryptography experts with proprietary systems and processes designed to identify flaws in blockchain architecture.

To find out more about our blockchain security services, or to arrange a consultation, contact us today.

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    Throughout my years on the review board for Black Hat, I’ve seen quite a few mistakes in submissions. Many of these mistakes are ones I’ve

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