Blockchain Technology: Revolutionizing Privacy and Security

New York City Bar
Webcast
Blockchain Technology: Revolutionizing Privacy and Security
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 | 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Program Fee:
Free for Members | $15 for Non-Members

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Description:
Blockchain technology is more than just the backbone of Bitcoin. Blockchain provides a tamper-resistant, verifiable catalog of information that ensures the information is, and will remain, the same as when it was entered. This feature, inherent to blockchain technology, provides governments, communities, and corporations with the ability to record and preserve data without threat of its corruption.  Join us as our panel of experts discuss the pros and cons to blockchain's inherent ability to preserve data in a tamper resistant format.

Moderator:
Nicholas Bruno, Leahey & Johnson, P.C.

Speakers:
Christopher J.P. Mitchell, Law Offices of Christopher J.P. Mitchell, PLLC
Donna Redel,
Angel Investor, Blockchain-Digital Assets Professor
Adam Wandt
, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Vice Chair for Technology of the Department of Public Management, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Tyler Yagman, Law Clerk, Kaplan Fox & Kilsheimer LLP

Sponsoring Committee:
Technology, Cyber, and Privacy Law, Sylvia Khatcherian, Chair


Where
Online Event

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