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Cloud Armor That’s Not Quite So Fluffy

Blockchain-style ledgers can log changes to files stored online | “My suspicion is that everybody’s going to have to do this”

The tiny Baltic nation of Estonia is a strong contender for the title of most digital society. Its citizens can vote, file income taxes, check health records, and register a business in a matter of minutes, all from their living rooms. Skype was born there, as was the early file-sharing software Kazaa. So Estonia was a natural home for Guardtime, whose unique approach to cybersecurity is rooted in blockchain, the

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