Blockchain Applications In Iot Security

Author: Patel, Harshita
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1799824160
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Like many other scientific innovations, scientists are looking to protect the internet of things (IoT) from unfortunate losses, theft, or misuse. As one of the current hot trends in the digital world, blockchain technology could be the solution for securing the IoT. Blockchain Applications in IoT Security presents research for understanding IoT-generated data security issues, existing security facilities and their limitations and future possibilities, and the role of blockchain technology. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as cryptocurrency, remote monitoring, and smart computing, this book is ideally designed for security analysts, IT specialists, entrepreneurs, business professionals, academicians, researchers, students, and industry professionals seeking current studies on the limitations and possibilities behind competitive blockchain technologies.

Blockchain Technologies Applications And Cryptocurrencies Current Practice And Future Trends

Author: Sam Goundar
Editor: World Scientific
ISBN: 9811205280
File Size: 71,59 MB
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This book serves as a reference for scholars, researchers and practitioners to update their knowledge on methodologies, theoretical analyses, modeling, simulation and empirical studies on blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies. Chapters on the evolving theory and practice related to distributed ledger technologies and peer-to-peer digital currencies are intended to provide comprehensive coverage and understanding of their uses within the technological, business, and organizational domains.The contributions from this volume also provide a thorough examination of blockchains and cryptocurrencies with respect to issues of management, governance, trust and privacy, and interoperability.Contributed by a diverse range of authors from both academia and professional fields, this reference book presents frontier research in the fields of blockchains and cryptocurrencies.

Intelligent Data Security Solutions For E Health Applications

Author: Amit Kumar Singh
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 012819538X
File Size: 19,63 MB
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E-health applications such as tele-medicine, tele-radiology, tele-ophthalmology, and tele-diagnosis are very promising and have immense potential to improve global healthcare. They can improve access, equity, and quality through the connection of healthcare facilities and healthcare professionals, diminishing geographical and physical barriers. One critical issue, however, is related to the security of data transmission and access to the technologies of medical information. Currently, medical-related identity theft costs billions of dollars each year and altered medical information can put a person’s health at risk through misdiagnosis, delayed treatment or incorrect prescriptions. Yet, the use of hand-held devices for storing, accessing, and transmitting medical information is outpacing the privacy and security protections on those devices. Researchers are starting to develop some imperceptible marks to ensure the tamper-proofing, cost effective, and guaranteed originality of the medical records. However, the robustness, security and efficient image archiving and retrieval of medical data information against these cyberattacks is a challenging area for researchers in the field of e-health applications. Intelligent Data Security Solutions for e-Health Applications focuses on cutting-edge academic and industry-related research in this field, with particular emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches and novel techniques to provide security solutions for smart applications. The book provides an overview of cutting-edge security techniques and ideas to help graduate students, researchers, as well as IT professionals who want to understand the opportunities and challenges of using emerging techniques and algorithms for designing and developing more secure systems and methods for e-health applications. Investigates new security and privacy requirements related to eHealth technologies and large sets of applications Reviews how the abundance of digital information on system behavior is now being captured, processed, and used to improve and strengthen security and privacy Provides an overview of innovative security techniques which are being developed to ensure the guaranteed authenticity of transmitted, shared or stored data/information

Essentials Of Blockchain Technology

Author: Kuan-Ching Li
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 0429674449
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Blockchain technologies, as an emerging distributed architecture and computing paradigm, have accelerated the development/application of the Cloud/GPU/Edge Computing, Artificial Intelligence, cyber physical systems, social networking, crowdsourcing and crowdsensing, 5G, trust management, and finance. The popularity and rapid development of Blockchain brings many technical and regulatory challenges for research and academic communities. This book will feature contributions from experts on topics related to performance, benchmarking, durability, robustness, as well data gathering and management, algorithms, analytics techniques for transactions processing, and implementation of applications.

Hands On Cybersecurity With Blockchain

Author: Rajneesh Gupta
Editor: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1788991850
File Size: 36,85 MB
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Develop blockchain application with step-by-step instructions, working example and helpful recommendations Key Features Understanding the blockchain technology from the cybersecurity perspective Developing cyber security solutions with Ethereum blockchain technology Understanding real-world deployment of blockchain based applications Book Description Blockchain technology is being welcomed as one of the most revolutionary and impactful innovations of today. Blockchain technology was first identified in the world’s most popular digital currency, Bitcoin, but has now changed the outlook of several organizations and empowered them to use it even for storage and transfer of value. This book will start by introducing you to the common cyberthreat landscape and common attacks such as malware, phishing, insider threats, and DDoS. The next set of chapters will help you to understand the workings of Blockchain technology, Ethereum and Hyperledger architecture and how they fit into the cybersecurity ecosystem. These chapters will also help you to write your first distributed application on Ethereum Blockchain and the Hyperledger Fabric framework. Later, you will learn about the security triad and its adaptation with Blockchain. The last set of chapters will take you through the core concepts of cybersecurity, such as DDoS protection, PKI-based identity, 2FA, and DNS security. You will learn how Blockchain plays a crucial role in transforming cybersecurity solutions. Toward the end of the book, you will also encounter some real-world deployment examples of Blockchain in security cases, and also understand the short-term challenges and future of cybersecurity with Blockchain. What you will learn Understand the cyberthreat landscape Learn about Ethereum and Hyperledger Blockchain Program Blockchain solutions Build Blockchain-based apps for 2FA, and DDoS protection Develop Blockchain-based PKI solutions and apps for storing DNS entries Challenges and the future of cybersecurity and Blockchain Who this book is for The book is targeted towards security professionals, or any stakeholder dealing with cybersecurity who wants to understand the next-level of securing infrastructure using Blockchain. Basic understanding of Blockchain can be an added advantage.

Role Of Blockchain Technology In Iot Applications

Author: Peng Zhang
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128171898
File Size: 27,68 MB
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Role of Blockchain Technology in IoT Applications, Volume 115 in the Advances in Computers series, reviews the latest information on this topic that promises many applications in human life. According to forecasts made by various market research/survey agencies, there will be around 50 Billion connected devices (IoT) by 2020. Updates in this new release include chapters on the Technical Aspects of Blockchain and IoT, Integrated Platforms for Blockchain-Enablement, Intersections Between IoT and Distributed Ledger, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence: How and Why Combining These Two Groundbreaking Technologies, Blockchain Applications in Health Care and Opportunities and Advancements Due to New Information Technology Frameworks, and more. Explores blockchain technology research trends in secured device to device communication Includes updates on secure vehicular communication (VANET) using blockchain technology Provides the latest on secure IoT communication using blockchain technology Presents use cases of blockchain technology in healthcare, the food chain, ERP and other emerging areas

Blockchain A Practical Guide To Developing Business Law And Technology Solutions

Author: Joseph J. Bambara
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 1260115860
File Size: 69,84 MB
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Develop, validate, and deploy powerful decentralized applications using blockchain Get the most out of cutting-edge blockchain technology using the hands-on information contained in this comprehensive resource. Written by a team of technology and legal experts, Blockchain: A Practical Guide to Developing Business, Law, and Technology Solutions demonstrates each topic through a start-to-finish, illustrated case study. The book includes financial, technology, governance, and legal use cases along with advantages and challenges. Validation, implementation, troubleshooting, and best practices are fully covered. You will learn, step-by-step, how to build and maintain effective, reliable, and transparent blockchain solutions. •Understand the fundamentals of decentralized computing and blockchain•Explore business, technology, governance, and legal use cases•Review the evolving practice of law and technology as it concerns legal and governance issues arising from blockchain implementation•Write and administer performant blockchain-enabled applications•Handle cryptographic validation in private, public, and consortium blockchains•Employ blockchain in cloud deployments and Internet of Things (IoT) devices•Incorporate Web 3.0 features with Swarm, IPFS, Storj, Golem, and WHISPER•Use Solidity to build and validate fully functional distributed applications and smart contracts using Ethereum•See how blockchain is used in crypto-currency, including Bitcoin and Ethereum•Overcome technical hurdles and secure your decentralized IT platform

Blockchain And Trustworthy Systems

Author: Zibin Zheng
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 9811527776
File Size: 67,76 MB
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post conference papers of the First International Conference on Blockchain and Trustworthy Systems, Blocksys 2019, held in Guangzhou, China, in December 2019. The 50 regular papers and the 19 short papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 130 submissions. The papers are focus on Blockchain and trustworthy systems can be applied to many fields, such as financial services, social management and supply chain management.

Foundations Of Blockchain

Author: Koshik Raj
Editor: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1789138191
File Size: 76,41 MB
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Learn the foundations of blockchain technology - its core concepts and algorithmic solutions across cryptography, peer-to-peer technology, and game theory. Key Features Learn the core concepts and foundations of the blockchain and cryptocurrencies Understand the protocols and algorithms behind decentralized applications Master how to architect, build, and optimize blockchain applications Book Description Blockchain technology is a combination of three popular concepts: cryptography, peer-to-peer networking, and game theory. This book is for anyone who wants to dive into blockchain from first principles and learn how decentralized applications and cryptocurrencies really work. This book begins with an overview of blockchain technology, including key definitions, its purposes and characteristics, so you can assess the full potential of blockchain. All essential aspects of cryptography are then presented, as the backbone of blockchain. For readers who want to study the underlying algorithms of blockchain, you’ll see Python implementations throughout. You’ll then learn how blockchain architecture can create decentralized applications. You’ll see how blockchain achieves decentralization through peer-to-peer networking, and how a simple blockchain can be built in a P2P network. You’ll learn how these elements can implement a cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin, and the wider applications of blockchain work through smart contracts. Blockchain optimization techniques, and blockchain security strategies are then presented. To complete this foundation, we consider blockchain applications in the financial and non-financial sectors, and also analyze the future of blockchain. A study of blockchain use cases includes supply chains, payment systems, crowdfunding, and DAOs, which rounds out your foundation in blockchain technology. What you will learn The core concepts and technical foundations of blockchain The algorithmic principles and solutions that make up blockchain and cryptocurrencies Blockchain cryptography explained in detail How to realize blockchain projects with hands-on Python code How to architect the blockchain and blockchain applications Decentralized application development with MultiChain, NEO, and Ethereum Optimizing and enhancing blockchain performance and security Classical blockchain use cases and how to implement them Who this book is for This book is for anyone who wants to dive into blockchain technology from first principles and build a foundational knowledge of blockchain. Familiarity with Python will be helpful if you want to follow how the blockchain protocols are implemented. For readers who are blockchain application developers, most of the applications used in this book can be executed on any platform.

Cloud Computing Ddos Blockchain Regulation And Compliance

Author: Manisha Kumari Deep
Editor: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3668668833
File Size: 24,64 MB
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Scientific Essay from the year 2018 in the subject Computer Science - Commercial Information Technology, grade: 2.5, , language: English, abstract: Cloud computing is a promising technology where computational power is provided over internet as per users demand just like the supplies daily utilities of tap water, electricity and gas provided as pay per use. The features of easy accessibility anywhere at any time and almost no burden of on-going operational expenses like running of data-centre makes it one of the fastest growing technologies with the overall business of cloud being anticipated to be above $40 billion by 2012. Here, cloud computing and its types have been discussed along with two emerging cloud deployment models and two emerging cloud service models. Block chains, Organic Network, Dynamic Trust Management Method (DTMM) and Cloud Compliance have been elaborated. Though data protection laws can be different with change in jurisdiction but here emphasis has been given on data policies existing in India based on IT Act (2000). Finally a reference model has been suggested for avoiding DDoS and Blockchain DDoS Attacks in Cloud Environment. The discussions has been concluded highlighting the recommendations and necessary actions needed for the same. Other Reads by the Author The Trial of Hope (Amazon) An Alien Land (Kobo) 2 Moms (Kobo) Unfolding Disaster (Kobo) Walk to School (Kobo) 51 Points in Raising Awesome Kids (Kobo) Organic IT Infrastructure Planning and Implementation (Amazon) Grin Books Positive Employee Recruitment and Retention Vital for Organizations Digital India Mission. Implications on Social Inclusion and Digital Citizenship Cloud Computing. DDoS, Blockchain, Regulation and Compliance Organic eLearning (OE-Learning) The Way of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Leadership Feasibility Study between Continuous Adaptive Risk and Trust Assessment and Organic Networks I am my supervisor’s slave: Supervisor subordinate relationship is vital for organizational efficiency Brands and their Shockvertisement Strategies The Future of Blockchain in Banking Social Media Marketing: Author’s Quandary Decoded (Amazon)

Blockchain Technology And The Internet Of Things

Author: Rashmi Agrawal
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1000038610
File Size: 67,81 MB
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This new volume looks at the electrifying world of blockchain technology and how it has been revolutionizing the Internet of Things and cyber-physical systems. Aimed primarily at business users and developers who are considering blockchain-based projects, the volume provides a comprehensive introduction to the theoretical and practical aspects of blockchain technology. It presents a selection of chapters on topics that cover new information on blockchain and bitcoin security, IoT security threats and attacks, privacy issues, fault-tolerance mechanisms, and more. Some major software packages are discussed, and it also addresses the legal issues currently affecting the field. The information presented here is relevant to current and future problems relating to blockchain technology and will provide the tools to build efficient decentralized applications. Blockchain technology and the IoT can profoundly change how the world—and businesses—work, and this book provides a window into the current world of blockchain. No longer limited to just Bitcoin, blockchain technology has spread into many sectors and into a significant number of different technologies.

Cryptocurrencies And Blockchain Technology Applications

Author: Gulshan Shrivastava
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111962116X
File Size: 48,35 MB
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As we enter the Industrial Revolution 4.0, demands for an increasing degree of trust and privacy protection continue to be voiced. The development of blockchain technology is very important because it can help frictionless and transparent financial transactions and improve the business experience, which in turn has far-reaching effects for economic, psychological, educational and organizational improvements in the way we work, teach, learn and care for ourselves and each other. Blockchain is an eccentric technology, but at the same time, the least understood and most disruptive technology of the day. This book covers the latest technologies of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology and their applications. This book discusses the blockchain and cryptocurrencies related issues and also explains how to provide the security differently through an algorithm, framework, approaches, techniques and mechanisms. A comprehensive understanding of what blockchain is and how it works, as well as insights into how it will affect the future of your organization and industry as a whole and how to integrate blockchain technology into your business strategy. In addition, the book explores the blockchain and its with other technologies like Internet of Things, big data and artificial intelligence, etc.

Blockchain Cybersecurity Trust And Privacy

Author: Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030381811
File Size: 22,46 MB
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​This book provides the reader with the most up-to-date knowledge of blockchain in mainstream areas of security, trust, and privacy in the decentralized domain, which is timely and essential (this is due to the fact that the distributed and P2P applications is increasing day-by-day, and the attackers adopt new mechanisms to threaten the security and privacy of the users in those environments). This book also provides the technical information regarding blockchain-oriented software, applications, and tools required for the researcher and developer experts in both computing and software engineering to provide solutions and automated systems against current security, trust and privacy issues in the cyberspace. Cybersecurity, trust and privacy (CTP) are pressing needs for governments, businesses, and individuals, receiving the utmost priority for enforcement and improvement in almost any societies around the globe. Rapid advances, on the other hand, are being made in emerging blockchain technology with broadly diverse applications that promise to better meet business and individual needs. Blockchain as a promising infrastructural technology seems to have the potential to be leveraged in different aspects of cybersecurity promoting decentralized cyberinfrastructure. Blockchain characteristics such as decentralization, verifiability and immutability may revolve current cybersecurity mechanisms for ensuring the authenticity, reliability, and integrity of data. Almost any article on the blockchain points out that the cybersecurity (and its derivatives) could be revitalized if it is supported by blockchain technology. Yet, little is known about factors related to decisions to adopt this technology, and how it can systemically be put into use to remedy current CTP’s issues in the digital world. Topics of interest for this book include but not limited to: Blockchain-based authentication, authorization and accounting mechanisms Applications of blockchain technologies in digital forensic and threat hunting Blockchain-based threat intelligence and threat analytics techniques Formal specification of smart contracts Automated tools for outsmarting smart contracts Security and privacy aspects of blockchain technologies Vulnerabilities of smart contracts Blockchain for securing cyber infrastructure and internet of things networks Blockchain-based cybersecurity education systems This book provides information for security and privacy experts in all the areas of blockchain, cryptocurrency, cybersecurity, forensics, smart contracts, computer systems, computer networks, software engineering, applied artificial intelligence for computer security experts, big data analysts, and decentralized systems. Researchers, scientists and advanced level students working in computer systems, computer networks, artificial intelligence, big data will find this book useful as well.

Blockchain For Distributed Systems Security

Author: Sachin S. Shetty
Editor: Wiley-IEEE Computer Society Press
ISBN: 1119519608
File Size: 40,81 MB
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AN ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO USING BLOCKCHAIN TO PROVIDE FLEXIBILITY, COST-SAVINGS, AND SECURITY TO DATA MANAGEMENT, DATA ANALYSIS, AND INFORMATION SHARING Blockchain for Distributed Systems Security contains a description of the properties that underpin the formal foundations of Blockchain technologies and explores the practical issues for deployment in cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) platforms. The authors—noted experts in the field—present security and privacy issues that must be addressed for Blockchain technologies to be adopted for civilian and military domains. The book covers a range of topics including data provenance in cloud storage, secure IoT models, auditing architecture, and empirical validation of permissioned Blockchain platforms. The book's security and privacy analysis helps with an understanding of the basics of Blockchain and it explores the quantifying impact of the new attack surfaces introduced by Blockchain technologies and platforms. In addition, the book contains relevant and current updates on the topic. This important resource: Provides an overview of Blockchain-based secure data management and storage for cloud and IoT Covers cutting-edge research findings on topics including invariant-based supply chain protection, information sharing framework, and trust worthy information federation Addresses security and privacy concerns in Blockchain in key areas, such as preventing digital currency miners from launching attacks against mining pools, empirical analysis of the attack surface of Blockchain, and more Written for researchers and experts in computer science and engineering, Blockchain for Distributed Systems Security contains the most recent information and academic research to provide an understanding of the application of Blockchain technology.

Cyber Security In Parallel And Distributed Computing

Author: Dac-Nhuong Le
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119488052
File Size: 36,43 MB
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The main objective of this book is to explore the concept of cybersecurity in parallel and distributed computing along with recent research developments in the field. It also includes various real-time/offline applications and case studies in the fields of engineering and computer science and the modern tools and technologies used. Information on cybersecurity technologies is organized in the fifteen chapters of this book. This important book cover subjects such as: Research and solutions for the problem of hidden image detection Security aspects of data mining and possible solution techniques A comparative analysis of various methods used in e-commerce security and how to perform secure payment transactions in an efficient manner Blockchain technology and how it is crucial to the security industry Security for the Internet of Things Security issues and challenges in distributed computing security such as heterogeneous computing, cloud computing, fog computing, etc. Demonstrates the administration task issue in unified cloud situations as a multi-target enhancement issue in light of security Explores the concepts of cybercrime and cybersecurity and presents the statistical impact it is having on organizations Highlights some strategies for maintaining the privacy, integrity, confidentiality and availability of cyber information and its real-world impacts such as mobile security software for secure email and online banking, cyber health check programs for business, cyber incident response management, cybersecurity risk management Security policies and mechanisms, various categories of attacks (e.g., denial-of-service), global security architecture, along with distribution of security mechanisms Security issues in the healthcare sector with existing solutions and emerging threats.

Blockchains As Security Enabler For Industrial Iot Applications

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Abstract : Purpose: This paper aims to describe a method for Internet-of-Things-devices to achieve industrial grade reliability for information transfer from wireless sensor systems to production systems using blockchain technologies. Design/methodology/approach: An increased security and reliability of submitted data within the sensor network could be achieved on an application level. Therefore, a lightweight, high-level communication protocol based on blockchain principles was designed. Findings: Blockchain mechanisms can secure the wireless communication of Internet-of-Things-devices in a lightweight and scalable manner. Originality/value: The innovation of this research is the successful application of general blockchain mechanisms to increase security of a wireless sensor system without binding to a dedicated blockchain technology.

Ethereum Projects For Beginners

Author: Kenny Vaneetvelde
Editor: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1789531640
File Size: 69,50 MB
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Understand the Ethereum platform to build distributed applications that are secured and decentralized using blockchain technology Key Features Build your own decentralized applications using real-world blockchain examples Implement Ethereum for building smart contracts and cryptocurrency applications with easy-to-follow projects Enhance your application security with blockchain Book Description Ethereum enables the development of efficient, smart contracts that contain code. These smart contracts can interact with other smart contracts to make decisions, store data, and send Ether to others.Ethereum Projects for Beginners provides you with a clear introduction to creating cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and decentralized applications. As you make your way through the book, you’ll get to grips with detailed step-by-step processes to build advanced Ethereum projects. Each project will teach you enough about Ethereum to be productive right away. You will learn how tokenization works, think in a decentralized way, and build blockchain-based distributed computing systems. Towards the end of the book, you will develop interesting Ethereum projects such as creating wallets and secure data sharing.By the end of this book, you will be able to tackle blockchain challenges by implementing end-to-end projects using the full power of the Ethereum blockchain. What you will learn Develop your ideas fast and efficiently using the Ethereum blockchain Make writing and deploying smart contracts easy and manageable Work with private data in blockchain applications Handle large files in blockchain applications Ensure your decentralized applications are safe Explore how Ethereum development frameworks work Create your own cryptocurrency or token on the Ethereum blockchain Make sure your cryptocurrency is ERC20-compliant to launch an ICO Who this book is for This book is for individuals who want to build decentralized applications using blockchain technology and the power of Ethereum from scratch. Some prior knowledge of JavaScript is required, since most examples use a web frontend.

Blockchain Technology And Smart Contracts Application In The Automotive Industry

Author: Lukas Thielen
ISBN: 9783668884328
File Size: 36,45 MB
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Master's Thesis from the year 2018 in the subject Business economics - General, grade: 1,3, International University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef - Bonn, language: English, abstract: The global economy is digitizing alongside the rapid developing technologies, digital value chains and process automation. Like many industries before, the automotive industry faces the challenge of disruption, driven by digitization across the value chain and changing customer expectations. A central aspect and major trend in this context is increasing connectivity and machine to machine communication. The connected vehicle is the logical next step that consumers expect from mobility as a service in the era of internet and communication. The automotive industry however struggles to adopt as many car manufacturers, also known as original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), pursue their century old business models and established structures. The market environment is changing. New market entrants with technological expertise explore the mobility business and are siphoning off parts of the value chain with digitized business models. Blockchain and Smart Contracts are expected to enable new business models and automated processes on a scalable level and offer value in large network constructs. A Blockchain is a decentralized network technology, developed to enable the Bitcoin cryptocurrency. The interest in the technology has increased since its introduction in 2008 and accelerated with the reinvention of Smart Contracts. The possibility to embed self-executing, autonomous acting programs into a Blockchain solution attracted public interest and enabled first successful niche solutions. The reasons for the emerging interest in the technology are its features of providing security, data integrity or decentralization to potentially enable new business structures and models. Recent years have witnessed a paradigm shift in the understanding of vehicles and mobility as a service in the automotiv

Ethereum For Dummies

Author: Michael G. Solomon
Editor: For Dummies
ISBN: 1119474124
File Size: 39,75 MB
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Dive into a secure future Professionals look to Ethereum as a blockchain-based platform to develop safe applications and conduct secure transactions. It takes a knowledgeable guiding hand to understand how Ethereum works and what it does — and Ethereum For Dummies provides that guidance. Written by one of the leading voices in the blockchain community and best selling author of Blockchain For Dummies, this book demystifies the workings of Ethereum and shows how it can enhance security, transactions, and investments. As an emerging application of blockchain technology, Ethereum attracts a wide swath of professionals ranging from financial pros who see it as a way to enhance their business, security analysts who want to conduct secure transactions, programmers who build apps that employ the Ethereum blockchain, or investors interested in cashing in on the rise of cryptocurrency. Ethereum For Dummies offers a starting point to all members of this audience as it provides easy-to-understand explanation of the tools and techniques of using Ethereum. Understand the fundamentals of Ethereum Build smart contracts Create decentralized applications Examine public and private chains If you need to get a grip on one of the biggest applications of blockchain technology, this book makes it easier.

Secure Chains

Author: Abhishek Bhattacharya
Editor: BPB Publications
ISBN: 9389328659
File Size: 37,88 MB
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Understand Cybersecurity fundamentals and protect your Blockchain systems for a scalable and secured automation KEY FEATURES Understand the fundamentals of Cryptography and Cybersecurity and the fundamentals of Blockchain and their role in securing the various facets of automation. Also understand threats to Smart contracts and Blockchain systems. Understand areas where blockchain and cybersecurity superimpose to create amazing problems to solve. A dedicated part of the book on Standards and Frameworks allows you to be industry-ready in information security practices to be followed in an organization. Learn the very lucrative areas of Smart Contract Security, Auditing, and Testing in Blockchain. Finish to build a career in cybersecurity and blockchain by being Industry 4.0 ready. DESCRIPTION As this decade comes to a closure, we are looking at, what we like to call, an Industry 4.0. This era is expected to see radical changes in the way we work and live, due to huge leaps and advancements with technologies such as Blockchain and Quantum Computing. This calls for the new age workforce to be industry-ready, which essentially means an understanding of the core fields of Cybersecurity, Blockchain, and Quantum Computing is becoming imperative. This book starts with a primer on the “Essentials of Cybersecurity”. This part allows the reader to get comfortable with the concepts of cybersecurity that are needed to gain a deeper understanding of the concepts to follow. The next part gives a similar primer on the “Essentials of Blockchain”. These two parts at the beginning of the book allow this book to be easily followed by beginners as well. The following parts delve into the concepts, where we see a “Superimposition of Cybersecurity and Blockchain”, and the concepts and situations where we may see and understand amazing problems that systems in the current world face day in and day out. This book puts immense emphasis on helping the reader know about the Standards and Frameworks needed to be put in place to make an organization work seamlessly. Towards the end, a part dedicated to Smart Contract Security, Auditing, and Testing in Blockchain provides knowledge about what is one of the most lucrative career options and has vital importance in the field of Blockchain. Conclusively, the book tries well to make the reader “Industry 4.0-ready”, helping them in traversing through the upcoming decade of significant career options. WHAT WILL YOU LEARN By the end of the book, you should be able to understand the gravity of the concepts involved in technologies like Blockchain and Cybersecurity, with an acute understanding of the areas, such as Quantum Computing, which affect the technologies. You will also know about the tools used in Smart Contract Auditing and Testing in Blockchain. You should be able to make a career in blockchain and associated technologies going forward. WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR This book is meant for everyone who wishes to build a career in blockchain and/or cybersecurity. The book doesn’t assume prior knowledge on any of the topics; hence a beginner from any diverse field might definitely give these technologies a try by reading this book. The book is divided into parts that take the reader seamlessly from beginner concepts to advanced practices prevalent in the industry. No prior programming experience is assumed either. Familiarity with the basic web technologies would help, though it is not mandatory to follow this book. Table of Contents Preface Introduction Why Did We Write This Book? Part 1. Essentials of Cryptography Introduction Chapter 1: Cryptography Techniques Introduction Key Length Key Management Algorithmic Principles Usage Chapter 2: Cryptography Protocols Introduction Basic Components of Cryptographic Protocols Security Applications of Cryptographic Protocols Categories of Cryptographic Protocols Chapter 3: Algorithms and Modes Introduction Behind the Scene Mathematics Block Ciphers Stream Ciphers One-Way Hash Functions Public-Key Algorithms Symmetric Key Distribution using Symmetric Encryption Symmetric Key Distribution using Asymmetric Encryption Distribution of Public Keys X.509 Certificates Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI) Cryptographic Attacks Key-Exchange Algorithms Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) Digital Signatures With Encryption Data Encryption Standard (DES) Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) Message Digest Algorithms (MD5) Rivest, Shamir, Adleman (RSA) Zero-Knowledge Proofs Elliptical Curve Digital Signature Algorithm (ECDSA) Probabilistic Encryption Quantum Cryptography Part 2. Essentials of Blockchain Introduction What is Blockchain? The Need for Decentralization Demystifying Disintermediation Principles in Blockchain Architectures Chapter 4: Introduction: Distributed Consensus & Consensus Mechanisms Proof of Work (PoW) Proof of Stake (PoS) Proof of Elapsed Time (PoET) Byzantine Fault Tolerance (BFT) and Variants Federated Byzantine Agreement Ripple Consensus Protocol Algorithm Stellar Consensus Protocol Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) Chapter 5: Types of Blockchain Public Blockchain Private Blockchain Federated or Permissioned Blockchain Chapter 6: Key Considerations for Blockchain Implementations Scalability Interoperability Sustainability Contracts Currency Application Chapter 7 : Strategic Roadmap for Digital Enterprise Adoption Convergence of Principles Legacy of Cypherpunks Digital Enterprise Use Cases Digital Transformation Perspective Decentralized Operating Models Prominent Trust Patterns Major Challenges and Constraints Chapter 8: Blockchain – The New Generation Tool for Cybersecurity Blockchain with Turin Complete State Machine Private and Consortium/Permissioned Blockchains Overview of Security Tools in Blockchain Vulnerabilities in Blockchain Security Challenges to the Growth of Blockchain Eco-system Part 3: The Superimposition of Blockchain and Cybersecurity Chapter 9: Cyberattack Prevention Strategies Evolution of Security Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) Deception Technology Cyberthreat Intelligence (CTI) Deploying Blockchain-based DDoS Chapter 10: Blockchain-based Security Mechanisms Blockchain-based DNS Alternatives Public Key Cryptography PKI Components and Functions Decentralizing the PKI System Deploying Blockchain-based PKI Identity Mechanisms Multi-Factor Authentication with Blockchain Blockchain-based Interaction Model for Security Chapter 11: Threats for Blockchain systems Cyberthreats with Public and Permissioned Blockchains Major Potential Attacks on Blockchain Networks Chapter 12: Practical Implementations and Use Cases IBM ADEPT Platform Digital Identity as a Distributed Data Structure Cyber-liability Management: A Connected Car Use Case A Smart Home Security Implementation Use Case Chapter 13: Security in Popular Public Blockchain Networks Project in Discussion: Corda Point-to-Point TLS-encrypted Communications Security using Notary Trust Pluggable Consensus Mechanism Chapter 14: Cryptography as a Digital Labor for the Integration of Distributed Finance New Generation Payment Infrastructure Powering Secure Global Finance Libra JP Money Ripple Stellar Lumens Part 4: Standards and Frameworks Chapter 15: ISO 27001 ISO 27001 Introduction Scope Terms and Definitions Structure Information Security Policies Organization of Information Security Human Resource Security Asset Management Access Control Cryptography Physical and Environmental Security Operations Security Communications Security Supplier Relationships Information Security Incident Management Implementation of ISO 27001 in Organizations Chapter 16: NIST Introduction to NIST and HIPAA HIPAA Security Rule NIST and its role in Information Security A Framework for Managing Risk HIPAA Risk Assessment Requirements Part 5: Smart Contract Security, Auditing and Testing in Blockchain Chapter 17: Smart Contract Auditing Why is a Security Audit Necessary Types of Smart Contracts Smart Contract Vulnerabilities and Known Attacks Ownership Attack Re-entrancy Attack Underflow and Overflow Attacks Short Address Attack Storage Injection Vulnerability Risks in ICO Crowdfunding Smart Contracts An Ideal Audit Process Chapter 18: Testing in Blockchain Blockchain Attacks Network Attacks User Wallet Attacks Transaction Verification Mechanism Attacks Mining Pool Attacks Security Testing Phases in Blockchain Testing Framework Quality Issues in Blockchain Practices and Governing Mechanisms Popular Tools for Testing Part 6: Blockchain Power Automation for Industry 4.0 Chapter 19: Risks posed by the ‘Smart’ Economy Paradigms Zigbee Chain Reaction Attack Controlling Drones through Blockchain for Security & Auditing Securing Robots through Blockchain Secured Access and Management of Automobiles using Blockchain Chapter 20: Summary & Conclusion: A Safer and Secure World with Blockchain-based Solutions