Article: Decentralization Demands Better Security for End-Users

Blockchain, Cyber-Security, Web 3.0

Decentralization Demands Better Security for End-Users

We are slowly transitioning to Web3.0, which is a version of today’s internet but it follows the principles of decentralization. And while today, hackers can easily exploit central servers to steal information, data, and funds, it will not be possible on Web3.0. That’s because there will be no central servers hosting platforms and applications.

Everything will be based on top of the infrastructures driven by decentralization. When that happens, hackers will have to rely on exploiting the systems of end-users. Whether it be for stealing information or funds, hackers will try and crawl into the systems of end-users to extract what they need.

This calls for users to be more aware of their security as decentralization and Web3.0 become mainstream. One of the best ways to stay secure from hackers on Web3.0 is to use decentralized private networks (DPNs), which are decentralized versions of VPNs, such as that by Deeper Network.

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Article: API Management: What CIOs Should Know

Open Source, Software

API Management: What CIOs Should Know

“Many of our customers want to go to this future where they actually have an API economy and an API catalog and they expose data across all the silos of their company,” Charles Lamanna, corporate vice president for the low-code application platform at Microsoft, tells CIO.com.

Using an API gateway or other API management solutions with a low-code platform “unlocks tons of opportunity, because developers can build those microservices and publish them for other developers to consume, and citizen developers can consume them via the Power platform,” Lamanna says, by way of example.

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