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Segregation of Duties done right

Many business processes can be problematic or faulty if they are carried out by a single person in a company. The principle of segregation of duties (SoD) is used to prevent this. Segregation of duties is crucial for effective internal control as it..

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Escape Ransomware and Data Theft

In light of recent large-scale attacks on hundreds of companies by cybercriminal groups, the question is how to take precautions. Ransomware criminals encrypt the victim's data and promise to hand over the key in exchange for the ransom. The best..

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Protecting the crypto-stash with Multisig, MPC, and HSMs: Part IV

This is the final post in a series about the various facets of safeguarding crypto assets. In previous posts, we mainly looked at the criteria for establishing security in custody operations. In this text we’ll explore broader aspects of custody..

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Protecting the crypto-stash with Multi-Signature, MPC, and HSMs: Part III

  This is the third in a series of posts exploring the various approaches to safeguarding crypto assets. Previously, we introduced the typical attack vectors and examined different approaches to protecting custodians against them. This post is about..

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Protecting the crypto stash with Multi-signature, Multi-Party-Computation, and HSMs: Part II

  This is the second in a series of posts exploring the various approaches to safeguarding crypto assets. In the first post we explained our method and looked at the most common attack vector – physical access. This post goes into the other, more..

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Protecting the Crypto Stash with Multi-signature, Multi-party Computation and HSMs: Part I

We compared Multi-Signature, Multi-Party Computation, and Hardware Security Modules to find out which one would be the best at protecting crypto-currencies and assets while also meeting operational, business, and regulatory requirements. 

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