“Blockchain distributed ledger technology is seen has being well suited to propagate security policies and identity access management, which can traverse a myriad of markets. The fact that each blockchain record contains a unique cryptographic hash that is used to track that block, as well as others in the associated chain, means data cannot be modified. That makes it perfect for record keeping and auditing purposes.” – Angus Champion de Crespigny – Chief Technology Officer at CT Group
Source: CSO Online
About Angus Champion de Crespigny (from his website):
I’ve had a few roles in my career: I was a global practice lead at Ernst & Young where I founded and led our Financial Services Blockchain practice from 2015-2018, and I was CTO at C|T Group, a global campaigns organisation led by Sir Lynton Crosby AO responsible for over 20 successful election campaigns and countless successful corporate campaigns across the world.
I have worked with the C-suite of multiple major multinational corporations, countless start-ups and venture capital funds, and I’ve advised multiple regulators and policymakers, including the White House and the Australian Prime Minister.
While I’m a “strategic leadership guy” I am by education – and passion – an engineer, so I still enjoy coding.