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The Buzz Around Blockchain

  • 09 Mar 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Regus Business Centre, 1959 Upper Water St #1301, Halifax


  • Must be a paying member of Digital Nova Scotia

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The Buzz Around Blockchain

How many times this week have you heard someone say blockchain? 

Blockchain is a topic that is exploding in the technology industry, but despite the hype - a lot of people don't really understand what blockchain is, how it works, and what it means for you and your business. So we thought, what better topic to put on for our March #Info4Impact lunch & learn! 

We've got 90 minutes to cover this exciting new technology, so we're going to start with the basics. We'll be looking at what it is, industry use, and the benefits and downfalls of blockchain technology. It's transforming industries from banking and government to healthcare and logistics, so it's time to up your knowledge on this tech trend.

After this session, you will:

  • Be in the know with blockchain basics
  • Know how bitcoin and blockchain connect
  • Have some industry case studies on hand
  • Understand the pro’s and con’s
  • Have increased confidence when talking about it with your friends and coworkers
NTL has over 12 years experience in cyber security and IT consulting. NTL is working on three projects globally and across industries from design to implementation. Their experts can help you achieve tangible outcomes to uncover new revenue streams, save time, cut costs and reduce risk.

About Vernon D’souza
Director of Operations, Network Test Labs & CTO, Hubble Networks

Vernon is an accomplished cyber security specialist in incident response, threat risk assessments, and security auditing. Adept at training and educating users and IT staff on relevant cyber security procedures and preventative measures, he has deep expertise in security architecture, infrastructure security, cyber security operations and regulatory compliance.

Vernon brings more than ten years of experience in driving complex global security programs. He is affiliated with several associations including The Atlantic Canada Aerospace and Defence Association (ACADA), an organization representing the interests of the aerospace, defence, marine and security industries in Atlantic Canada, Digital Nova Scotia and CyberNB.

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