Blockchain Technology Improves – But So Does The Art Of The Criminal Scam

Crime, News | August 24, 2018 By:

As the blockchain and cryptocurrency industries grow and become more elaborate, so, too, are criminal activities getting far smarter.

Earlier this month, we saw a prominent entrepreneur lose three million tokens, allegedly because a lower-level phone store clerk conspired with a criminal organization to pass along sensitive information related to the phone number of the account holder and his SIM card.


GDPR: Five Myths Debunked About Its Personal Data Regulation

Blockchain, Crime, Education | August 23, 2018 By:

GDPR, perhaps the biggest consumer-reaching personal data legislation to pass in recent years, marks the first time many citizens became aware of the concept of personal data control in their lives. GDPR has enabled consumers to understand their data privacy rights and responsibilities — giving power back to data subjects who may have not even known they were without it in the first place.


White Collar Crime in the Blockchain Era – Curbing Its Growth

Crime, News | August 21, 2018 By:

Blockchain isn’t going anywhere. It’s in the media daily, and is at the forefront of digital disruption and innovation discussions among leading businesses. We’ve seen blockchain technology applications in banking, currencies, supply chain, contracts and dozens of other areas. The volume of money flowing into cryptocurrencies is continuing to expand – fast.