How to use Blockchain and GKE for securely sharing sensitive data in the cloud

GDG Copenhagen
Wed, Nov 13, 2019, 5:00 PM (CET)

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About this event

Hey everyone! We’re excited to announce our next GDG Copenhagen meetup with a very special guest speaker: Gus Maskowitz, Head of Developer Relations, Gospel Technology. Gus will be discussing use cases and best practices for how blockchain and GKE can provide a platform for securely sharing super sensitive data in the cloud.

Join us on the 13th November for free food, drinks, swag and a raffle to win a prize! Must be present to win

Securing data is an understood task - it’s doable and achievable if you work hard and pay attention. Securing shared data is a mess of all-or-nothing access, contracts and hope: handing over data en mass and hoping it goes well. Gospel Technology has worked out how to solve the problem - we use a blockchain for creating a fool-proof audit log and patented methods for consensus on READING data OUT to ensure reads are always logged and only granted to those with permissions, even as your data extends into a partner organisation, far beyond your access controls and policy enforcing middleware. How? We’ll show you! And help you build ridiculously secure data, PII and other sharing systems to solve real world problems.

About the speaker: Gus Maskowitz heads up Gospel Technology’s Developer Relations. As a former Google Developer Advocate and Rackspace engineer, Gus brings over 20 years of development and tech experience, with a passion for emerging technologies. Gospel Technology is a secure distributed database built on a private permissioned blockchain that enables organisations to retain complete control of their shared data – even when it’s been shared externally. By architecting a solution for developers, by developers Gospel has made it easier than ever for devs to get instant access to a secure data sharing environment on GCP, in just a few clicks.

Twitter: @gustavmaskowitz