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Learn how Blockchain and Distributed Ledger combined with Zero-Trust Encryption can increase secure communications & collaboration.

When most of us think of blockchain the first thing that comes to mind is Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency, this changing in the federal space, specifically in missions that rely on the free flow of accurate “need-to-know” information for communication and collaboration in what are less than secure environments.

Blockchain can verify information integrity, attribution and nonrepudiation and raises the bar on security for products in this market, its use of distributed public key infrastructure bypasses the need for human intervention and removes passwords by authenticating directly to users and endpoints; while any attempted change or alteration to the digital ledger is digitally signed and time-stamped to quickly trace its point source and point of origin.

During this webinar, attendees learned:

  • Not all products in secure communication and collaboration space are the same
  • How blockchain and distributed ledger are game-changers for data integrity and non-repudiation
  • The danger of using business first technology in security-first environments
  • The importance of cryptographically secure distributed data enclaves in securing sensitive information

Meet The Speaker

Matthew Erickson is SpiderOaks Vice President of Solutions guiding federal clients in applying zero trust and distributed ledger technologies to securing sensitive data and communications. Joining SpiderOak in 2010 he is the architect of the company's initiative to expand the federal use case for blockchain in the DoD and Intelligence space. In 2018 Matt was Executive Director of the Digital Privacy Alliance where he was responsible for bringing together sectors of the tech industry that respect user privacy enabling them to speak with a single voice in legislatures across the country.

Andrew Friedrich is SpiderOaks VP of marketing. Prior to SpiderOak he led IBM’s highly successful Threat & Fraud Intelligence group selling cyber & predictive analytics to the Federal marketspace. He has held numerous leadership roles with Acxiom, SRD and XDB Systems. A member of the Cybersecurity Advisory Board at the Pace University Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, Friedrich holds a B.A. in Political Science from UMass Dartmouth, and CISSP and CCSK professional certifications.

Fill out the form and Watch the Full Recording to learn how blockchain and distributed ledger combined with Zero-Trust encryption is changing how your mission can protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your most sensitive information in even the most insecure environments.

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