Blockchain – The Future Of Data Security
Many people using the Internet don’t even give a thought to their data security. Keeping it under your control and most importantly safe, should be your number one priority. After all, your online data is who you are in the digital world.
Every single day, millions of users use the net to share their private data such as random loads of information, videos and photos and all this information might seem insignificant. However, in case that it falls into wrong hands, there could be grave consequences.
For example, many businesses share data that is sensitive and if this data gets compromised in any way, it might put them all at risk or even worse, it could put the privacy of their customers in peril. No one wants their personal information exposed to the Internet especially data like driver licenses, addresses and names. The biggest problem with data transfer are the platforms that tend to create copies.
The moment you used any cloud service in order to share any of your data was the moment when you actually created copies without you even being aware of them. But hold on, it gets even worse because every time you decide to share those photos is when you create even more copies. This is a perfect example of data sharing without your control or knowledge what so ever about it. Not to mention that this sort of data sharing is not safe to say at least.
Not everyone is a programmer and not everyone is into cryptography to know how to successfully and efficiently protect themselves online. Also, not everyone can afford such cryptography expertise. Top-level security systems cost a fortune but there is a solution. If you base your security on data mirroring, you could avoid creating all those copies against your will.
Data mirroring makes sure that your data stays yours. Using a blockchain technology and the power of cryptology, it is possible to create a crypto key that will further manage your data and keep it so secure that even the owner of the platform you share your data on will not be able to access it. So, everything revolves around a very simple idea, keep your data in your hands. That is where the blockchain technology comes into play.
By giving the ability to developers to integrate blockchain into their systems, they are protecting the users. Let us face it, we deserve to be secure at least online if we are not in the real world. When you pay your internet provider for the internet services, at least you can count on that safety as your right. The more blockchain technology advances, the more it gets implemented into everything around us. Soon, this will not be only an idea but it will become reality. The net users will be safe and protected and their data will not fall into wrong hands for sure. A secured online user experience we deserve.