IT - Blockchain

A blockchain is a database that stores data in the form of chained blocks. A blockchain can be used in a centralized or decentralized manner

"Decentralized blockchains are not owned by a single entity - rather, all users have collective control. Let's take Bitcoin, for example.

Bitcoin's network consists of thousands of computers, called nodes, which are operated by individuals or groups of people in different geographic locations. Decentralized blockchains are immutable. This essentially means that data transactions are irreversible. Blockchain technology's decentralized nature makes it ideal for cybersecurity.

Blockchain technology automates data storage, provides data integrity and is transparent. Let's explore the potential use cases of blockchain technology for cybersecurity..."

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