• INFORMATION SECURITY

    Information security in archival science

    Security & Future, Vol. 6 (2022), Issue 2, pg(s) 75-77

    The article with the title “Information security in archival science” focuses on the need for the state archives system to be able to meet the modern needs of archival information users, individuals and legal entities. Modernization and updating of archives cannot happen without using the new technological possibilities. At the same time, a challenge of the modern society of rapidly developing and changing information technologies is to what extent can digital information be trusted? Archival institutions have the opportunity to participate in the creation of the so-called a new architecture of security, trust and reliability.
    The article is divided into an introduction, presented a model of the development and implementation of blockchain technology in the National Archives of South Korea, conclusion and literature.

  • TECHNOLOGICAL BASIS OF “INDUSTRY 4.0”

    Decentralization of the Internet of Things in Industry 4.0

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 7 (2022), Issue 3, pg(s) 90-92

    Rapid progress in the field of industrialization and informatization methods has led to huge progress in the development of nextgeneration production technologies. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a pervasive technology, and now it is used in all areas of everyday life, from healthcare to technological production. The new industrial revolution began with connected technologies supported by the Internet of Things. However, the security of the Internet of Things is still an open question since in case of unauthorized access, data from sensors can be changed, for example, by a user with authorized access rights, which can lead to unforeseen consequences.

  • Taxation and tax transformations to the digital economy conditions

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 4 (2019), Issue 3, pg(s) 134-137

    The tax aspect of “digital economy” is addressed in the article, which is particularly relevant now searching for a source of economic growth and taxable base. The main prerequisites to develop the digital economy in the modern Russian economy are highlighted based on the experience analysis of international companies and new decentralized payment systems and their role in the digital economy. There is a low responsiveness of changes in the tax legislation in the current conditions of globalization. A new vector of the tax system for a structural change in the development of the digital economy in Russia is requested to identify.

  • The impact of blockchain and distributed ledger technology on financial services

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 4 (2019), Issue 2, pg(s) 88-91

    Blockchain and distributed ledger are terms that were “born” only in the last decade. Their appearance and growing popularity are associated primarily with the rapid development of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. However, the capabilities of blockchain technology based on distributed ledger far outweigh the cryptocurrencies. The new technology is expected to trigger revolutionary changes in the financial services sector. The comparative profile of potential possibilities of and limitations on the application of blockchain in the financial sphere frames the nature of expected changes. Nevertheless, there are still a number of unresolved issues of technological, legal and ethical nature ahead of the mass application of blockchain technology. The formulated conclusions and recommendations provide guidance for successfully overcoming objective barriers to the application of blockchain and summarizing the prerequisites for a possible evolutionary leap in the development of the
    financial services industry.

  • Secure big data and IoT with implementation of blockchain

    Security & Future, Vol. 2 (2018), Issue 4, pg(s) 183-185

    BlockChain is a distributed database of records or public ledger of all time stamped transactions saved in all computers in one peer-to-peer network. It allows a secure and transparent transfer of digital goods including money and intellectual property. Bitcoin – a digital decentralized cryptocurrency, is the first application of BlockChain. The second application is an agreement called Smart contract that enables exchanging a value or assets between two owners based on a set of conditions included in the contract.

    In this paper, we analyze the possibilities for application of BlockChain in Big Data and IoT. Implementation of BlockChain in Big Data confirms that data is accurate and secure and sharing of data will become more simple. In industries like financial services, government and healthcare there is a need to combine BlockChain and Big Data because these industries have repositories full of important data. They must store and share these large amounts of data. Implementation of BlockChain technology provides security of data and ensures its integrity when shared. BlockChain technology is also seen as a way to secure the Internet of Things (IoT). Application of BlockChain in IoT enables IoT devices to participate in BlockChain transactions and invents new styles of digital interactions. This technology will provide a simple infrastructure for devices to directly and securely transfer data or money using Smart contract.