Blockchain in 2019 and its potential impact on our world

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The blockchain is being considered as a disruptive technology, but it has emerged from relative obscurity to become a relatively popular conversation topic across various industries. Blockchain has the potential to influence every aspect of the global economy and its applications which is developing faster than most governments or regulators can, or have been willing to grapple. In this session, we plan to cover:

  • Hot Trend of technologies of 2019
  • Evolution of Blockchain
  • What are Blockchain and its concepts?
  • Blockchain History
  • Blockchain life-cycle and adoption maturity
  • Blockchain Adoption challenges
  • Blockchain Decision Path
  • Use case – Future of Financial Services and Manufacturing industry
  • Blockchain Technology Stack
  • Enterprise Implementing Blockchain technology


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  • 5430 Westheimer Ct
  • Houston, Texas
  • United States 77056

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  • Starts 12 March 2019 05:53 AM
  • Ends 21 March 2019 05:53 AM
  • All times are US/Central
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  Speakers

SHERRY THOMAS JACOB

Biography:

Sherry Thomas Jacob is Senior Manager with Accenture Security – Energy clients. In this role,  he works as a clients security advisor for their products, services, applications, and data. He has close to 15 years of IT experience in a variety of industries including Oil & Gas, Telecom, financial services and government across the US, Middle East, and India. Being a technology enthusiast and security profession, he started learning about Blockchain and understand the security implication of this technology. Later, he began associating himself as Security advisory for a start-up company called “Servntire Global” which got acquired by Netobjex, CA in 2018. He is part of the Cloud Credential Council team as Expert Panel Member. Cloud Credential Council recently released the Blockchain Foundation Course where Sherry helped to put together the courseware. Currently, he is in the pursuit of creating advanced courseware such as Blockchain Developer and Blockchain Security. Sherry holds a Masters of Science degree in Electronics and Communication specialized in Instrumentation. He is a certified Certified in Information Security Management (CISM), Certified in Ethical Hacking (CEH), Certified in Blockchain Professional (CBP), ITIL, CoBIT 5, MCSE.