Practical Blockchain Security
Welcome to the Practical blockchain security course. This course looks at how architecture, engineering, software design, and software tools all influence how information and data security is implemented in different kinds of blockchains. We will focus on the three most popular blockchains, Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Hyperledger. This course is a holistic view of information security, those things that cannot be directly controlled, those things that can be directly controlled, and how controls, technical, procedural, and in some cases policy-based can enhance a company’s security posture for its blockchain implementation. Course Objectives: Classify the Security Fundamentals of Blockchain Architecture Classify the Security Fundamentals of Blockchain Engineering Compare and Contrast Front End and Back End risks Summarize common Blockchain Security Mechanisms Summarize Blockchain Protocols Summarize common Blockchain controls that can be used to enhance security Summarize the role ERC’s have in Blockchain Security Appraise Common Smart Contract Security Risks This course has been designed to be applicable to all levels of knowledge about the blockchain and takes a total view approach to blockchain engineering, security, and code development. From tools to techniques, ports, and protocols, ERCs, and other methods to update systems, this course is comprehensive across the cloud, hyper-ledger, Ethereum, and points in between. From code and good coding practices, to how to do good effective DAO governance, there is great information and tips throughout this course for the things you want to do in the blockchain. The author of this course has certifications in Security, Blockchain Security, NFTs, and Blockchain Engineering, and gives up-to-date information about the state of Blockchain Security, and how it can be accomplished as part of a normal business process. Welcome to the course!