Episode 25: Creating A Privacy Layer For Decentralized Applications [Podcast]

  • 7 December 2018
  • Blockchain Disruption

EP.25 Creating a Privacy Layer for Decentralized Applications - Tor Bair

When it comes to creating privacy solutions for cloud systems, there's no quick fix. What's required is a shift in thinking from centralized systems to decentralized ones. That’s easier said than done however, as decentralized cloud storage requires entirely new protocols. Additionally, people have questions about how you can privately store and manage data on a technology whose origins centered on creating more transparent systems.

That’s why I wanted to bring the team from Enigma on the show. Enigma is working to build privacy layers for decentralized systems while helping organizations continue to use, mine, process data as users permit them. In this episode, Tor Bair and I discuss how blockchain can help protect data while keeping it useful for the numerous applications organizations can use it for. As companies begin to recognize how Blockchain can keep data private without compromising access, it’s important for everyone to understand how data management will evolve with the technology. If you're interested in how companies can effectively use data, while protecting their users, definitely give this one a listen.

What you will learn in this episode:

  • How Blockchain can be used to improve data storage and management
  • How you can leverage decentralized systems to secure data while keeping it useful.
  • What the future of data management looks like in a decentralized system.

Resources mentioned:


Twitter: @EnigmaMPC

Tor Bair: @TorBair

Past related episodes:

Episode 10: How to Decentralize Big Data Analysis for Midsize Organizations

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