Tag: DLT

Instagram, Stagflation, EVs and More Cyberattacks

Instagram, Stagflation, EVs and More Cyberattacks

Instagram is on to APIs. Biden's budget implies stagflation. EV poster child Elon Musk will benefit from Biden's spending plan beginning in 2023. Ransomware attacks continue to expose the fragility of our legacy technology systems. Last month we wrote about API strategy. Instagram (tkr: FB), recently opened its platform via APIs to enable Instagram messages … Continue reading Instagram, Stagflation, EVs and More Cyberattacks

Crypto To Drive Next-Gen Security

Crypto To Drive Next-Gen Security

Coinbase (tkr: COIN) prices today and company co-founder Brian Armstrong made the point that regulation and cybersecurity are two key threats to the crypto industry. We believe that the crypto industry will spearhead cybersecurity innovations that will eventually be adopted by many consumers and enterprises. Tickers mentioned: COIN, MSFT, ORCL, PYPL, SAP, SQ, TYL When … Continue reading Crypto To Drive Next-Gen Security

A Better Tripwire Is Not The Answer

A Better Tripwire Is Not The Answer

"Be careful with me, I'm fragile. I'm easily broken." So go the lyrics to "Trip My Wire", but those words could just as easily describe the frail legacy technology infrastructure that underpins so many commercial processes from home and auto titling to financial trading systems, digital health records, government databases, customer databases and so on. … Continue reading A Better Tripwire Is Not The Answer

The U.S. Lags China In Key Fintech Areas

The U.S. Lags China In Key Fintech Areas

Blockchain and a central bank digital currency are two key Fintech areas where the U.S. lags China. Last week we wrote that Distributed Ledger Technologies ("DLT") such as Blockchain are a ripe opportunity for a Public-Private Partnership should the Biden Administration move forward with an infrastructure investment plan later this year or early 2022. Some … Continue reading The U.S. Lags China In Key Fintech Areas