Blockchain Security Services

Security Training

“Before embarking on a distributed-ledger project, ensure your team has the cryptographic skills to understand what is and isn’t possible.”Gartner, Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2018

How can I upskill my security workforce to be at the forefront of blockchain adoption?

A lack of available developers is already being felt by enterprises keen to be at the forefront of blockchain adoption. This skills gap will only become more pronounced as blockchain technology becomes mainstream.

Solution

Since there is currently insufficient talent to meet the blockchain needs of enterprise clients, there is only one obvious solution — upskilling existing developers. Our Blockchain Security Center is home to some the world’s leading blockchain and cryptography trainers, who can provide your developers with the tools and insight they need to start developing blockchain solutions.

Course options include:

Blockchain Theory and Practice

Designed as an introduction to blockchain technologies, this course covers fundamental concepts such as basic cryptography, cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and decentralized applications. Beyond this, attendees will learn about common security flaws in blockchain solutions, secure development practices, and how to create crypto tokens.

Crypto Attacks and Defenses

This course covers all of the essential components of modern cryptography, including ciphers, hash functions, formal security notions and attack models, elliptic-curve cryptography, and more. Crucially, the course also covers cryptography applications for blockchain solutions.

Why Us

Enterprise blockchain development is challenging and requires a high degree of expertise. Our Blockchain Security Center is home to some of the world’s foremost cryptography experts, who have significant experience in both the execution and teaching of crypto and blockchain concepts.

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

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    by Nils Amiet on November 16, 2020 at 7:01 am

    Co-authored by Nils Amiet and André Nicoulin 1. Introduction  In this memo, we address the issue of the “Dangerous Delegated OCSP Responder Certificate” [1]. We propose

  • Beyond Compliance: 5 Ways Healthcare Organizations Can Improve Their Cybersecurity Posture
    by Virgil Renz on November 3, 2020 at 7:01 pm

    Recent high-profile ransomware attacks on hospitals have once again demonstrated the vital importance of securing healthcare IT infrastructures. When cyberattacks have the potential to cause morbidity and even loss of life, it’s absolutely imperative to understand and mitigate vulnerabilities in the technology environment and cultivate the strongest cybersecurity posture possible.   Medical campus environments present

  • Building A Simple Neural Network Backdoor
    by Nathan Hamiel on October 29, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    Vulnerabilities in supply chains aren’t a new topic and have quite a bit of focus from both a hardware and software perspective. With this post,

  • Building a Vendor Risk Management Program
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    Time to update your vendor risk management program? In this article, Graeme Payne, Kudelski Security’s practice leader for strategy, risk, and compliance, covers the four essential areas for consideration in building a robust VRM.  You may have a grasp on your own organization’s security and have good data and threat visibility, but beyond your environment,

  • Business Agility 2020: How to Achieve 360-Degree Security Visibility in the COVID Era
    by Ron Frederick on October 13, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    Among the chief concerns for security leaders today is a lack of visibility into risk and threats in the corporate ecosystem. COVID has only exacerbated the issue as organizations of all sizes and in all industries accelerate digital transformation plans in order to enable a mobile workforce. The ecosystem today has become expanded and fragmented

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