Zero Knowledge Series

Eight Questions for 2018

Zero Knowledge Series

Eight Questions for 2018

Zero knowledge refers to a proof (or process) whereby someone can prove they know a secret without actually revealing that secret.  As applied to cybersecurity, a zero knowledge proof means means that no security-related information is stored or sent in whole form, which means there is nothing of value to steal. 

This series from MIRACL is meant to provide a zero knowledge perspective on answers to eight questions you should ask in 2018 to help improve customer and employee security, and to prepare for challenges from password attacks, insider threats, and phishing schemes.     

The Eight Security Questions You Should Ask in 2018


  1. How can zero knowledge remove your password database liability? 
  2. How can zero knowledge help regulated industries comply with requirements?
  3. How can zero knowledge protect citizen and consumer data? (Jan 2018)
  4. How can zero knowledge ensure your name is in the news for the right reasons? (Jan 2018)
  5. How can zero knowledge reduce the costs to recover your reputation? (Feb 2018)
  6. How can zero knowledge replace outdated parts in your technical infrastructure? (Feb 2018)
  7. How can zero knowledge enable an enterprise blockchain for your business? (March 2018)
  8. How can zero knowledge ensure that your IoT network and devices are secure? (March 2018)


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