Blockchain is becoming key for global trade — but is that a gift for hackers? (English, any legal system, World Economic Forum)

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Title of the online resource or material about technology for law and legal systems Blockchain is becoming key for global trade — but is that a gift for hackers?
Author Adrien Ogée, Soichi Furuya
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If the content appeared in a periodical, newsletter, journal, or similar publication, insert the name of the publication here
If the content appeared on a website or blog, insert the name of the website or blog here World Economic Forum
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Publisher World Economic Forum
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Date of publication 2019/12/11
Year of publication 2019 CE
URL https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/12/supply-chains-blockchain-cybersecurity-technology/?utm source=sfmc&utm medium=email&utm campaign=2707988 Agenda weekly-13December2019-20191211 092136&utm term=&emailType=Newsletter
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Quotation from the resource Blockchain is an innovation of the Fourth Industrial Revolution that builds upon technologies of the Third: the security of the underlying infrastructure, the internet, just cannot be taken for granted. Securing blockchain starts with traditional information security. At its root are concepts such as defence-in-depth, invented in the 17th century by French military architect Vauban, or the CIA triad, confidentiality, integrity and availability, already used by Julius Caesar in his time.
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For a resource online, insert the citation for the quotation here Adrien Ogée and Soichi Furuya, "Blockchain is becoming key for global trade — but is that a gift for hackers?" World Economic Forum, December 11, 2019, accessed December 16, 2019, https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/12/supply-chains-blockchain-cybersecurity-technology/?utm_source=sfmc&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2707988_Agenda_weekly-13December2019-20191211_092136&utm_term=&emailType=Newsletter
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Adrien Ogée +  and Soichi Furuya +
Sebastien le Prestre de Vauban +  and Julius Caesar +
World Economic Forum +
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blockchain +, supply chain +  and cybersecurity +
December 11, 2019 +
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Blockchain is an innovation of the Fourth Blockchain is an innovation of the Fourth Industrial Revolution that builds upon technologies of the Third: the security of the underlying infrastructure, the internet, just cannot be taken for granted. Securing blockchain starts with traditional information security. At its root are concepts such as defence-in-depth, invented in the 17th century by French military architect Vauban, or the CIA triad, confidentiality, integrity and availability, already used by Julius Caesar in his time.already used by Julius Caesar in his time. +
Adrien Ogée and Soichi Furuya, "BlockchainAdrien Ogée and Soichi Furuya, "Blockchain is becoming key for global trade — but is that a gift for hackers?" World Economic Forum, December 11, 2019, accessed December 16, 2019, https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/12/supply-chains-blockchain-cybersecurity-technology/?utm_source=sfmc&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2707988_Agenda_weekly-13December2019-20191211_092136&utm_term=&emailType=Newsletter1211_092136&utm_term=&emailType=Newsletter +
Blockchain is becoming key for global trade — but is that a gift for hackers? +