Smart Contracts May Be Smart, But Are They Contracts?

With distributed ledger technology (such as blockchain), there is growing interest in automating routine commercial transactions.  But how will these smart contracts be interpreted under existing commercial contract laws? Although there is no federal contracts law for private commercial transactions in the United States, there is a widely adopted core of standardized state laws that … Read More The post Smart Contracts May Be Smart, But Are They Contracts? appeared first on The State of Security.
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How to Secure Your Outlook Emails and Microsoft Accounts

Living in today’s society, it is almost impossible to meet someone without an email account. For almost everything you do online, you need to have an email ID whether for work, education, or socially. Many of us hold multiple accounts, each for a different purpose; however, you need to protect yourself. If you are using … Read More The post How to Secure Your Outlook Emails and Microsoft Accounts appeared first on The State of Security.
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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Definitions to Know

In the coming months, the General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ) will officially be enforced on May 25th, 2018, with heavy fines for some organizations—including those in the United States—who are not compliant with these regulations in time. For organizations in the the U.S., these soon-to-be-introduced guidelines will require an individual’s consent before processing any personal data. It also restricts how long companies can store this personal data and requires this data to be erased within 72 hours when necessary.
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Automobiles using Hardware Root of Trust to Securely Provide Software updates Over The Air

My car performed an over the air (OTA) update of the infotainment system last week. It was really cool! It was performed when I got home and parked the car. I didn’t have to waste time, sitting in traffic, going to the car dealer. There was nothing to plug in or wirelessly connect to. It … Continue reading "Automobiles using Hardware Root of Trust to Securely Provide Software updates Over The Air" The post Automobiles using Hardware Root of Trust to Securely Provide Software updates Over The Air appeared first on Trusted Computing Group.
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