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SCT ideates blockchain technologies designed to save lives.

SCT ideates blockchain technologies designed to save lives.

SCT ideates blockchain technologies designed to save lives.SCT ideates blockchain technologies designed to save lives.SCT ideates blockchain technologies designed to save lives.

1.  We save physical lives

2. We save spiritual lives

3.  We fight corruption through immutable code and decentralization.

VP of IBM Blockchain on Stellar

Why we work with IBM 

testimonials on blockchain technology potential

Blockchain technology will disrupt just about every intermediary in our system today

Learn about companies changing the world

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SCT uses Blockchain Technologies to Protect Businesses.

This 12 part training series is like inviting your employees for entertainment and training at the same time.  Watch this short intro.  We have included episode 1 in the section below...enjoy

Episode 1 of 12 - The Inside Man - Employee Education

Notice the questions at the end of the video.  Special algorithms are in place to make sure employees watch the entire video and will auto score their responses with a quiz.   We feature amazing training like you see here with courses by world renown hacker Kevin Mitnick who makes several surprise appearances in future episodes just like Alfred Hitchcock but with real world drama. 

Sample Training Passwords For Business

Watch this short video to see some sample tests we provide companies on passwords.  As we transform the process of moving data off of centralized servers,  we provide employee training in the meantime for a smooth transition. 

Blockchain Tech is Extremely Important for Cyber Security

The single greatest threat to every company and the single greatest threat to every country.  Cybercrime is so misunderstood, we are all at risk.  Find out things very few people understand and how to prevent or greatly reduce the threat of ID Theft by using decentralized encryption (two powerful combinations).

Blockchain Tech is a Key Component to Security

Cybercrime will cost in excess of $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015.

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Cybercrime is the greatest threat to every company in the world, and one of the biggest problems with mankind. The impact on society is reflected in the numbers. In August of 2016, Cybersecurity Ventures predicted that cybercrime will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015. This represents the greatest transfer of economic wealth in history, risks the incentives for innovation and investment, and will be more profitable than the global trade of all major illegal drugs combined.

Cybercrime is massive. Cisco blocked 7 trillion threats last year which is over 116,000 per second!

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Cybercriminal activity is one of the biggest challenges that humanity will face in the next two decades. Cyberattacks are the fastest growing crime globally, and they are increasing in size, sophistication and cost.

One FBI official said every American has had their ID stolen all their info is on the dark web.

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The 10 biggest data breaches of all time — with the number of accounts hacked and year occurred — according to Quartz: 

Yahoo, 3 billion (2013); 

Marriott, 500 million (2014-2018); 

Adult FriendFinder, 412 million (2016); MySpace, 360 million (2016); 

Under Armor, 150 million (2018); 

Equifax, 145.5 million (2017); 

eBay, 145 million (2014); 

Target, 110 million (2013); 

Heartland Payment Systems, 100+ million (2018); 

LinkedIn, 100 million (2012); rest of list…  

Every industry is vulnerable. Municipalities such as Baltimore are wide open and just waiting

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The 5 most cyber-attacked industries over the past 5 years are 

healthcare

manufacturing

financial services

government

transportation. 


Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that retail, oil and gas / energy and utilities, media and entertainment, legal, and education (K-12 and higher ed), will round out the top 10 industries for 2019 to 2022.

High net worth individual and companies face an even higher risk and lack of preparation

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Almost 50 percent of Ultra High Net Worth family wealth is being managed through family offices, which can be (cyber) targets due to the potential extortion value attached to reputational threats. 40 percent of family offices lack a cybersecurity policy. 28 percent of these businesses have already been victims of cyberattacks. 


Ransomware damage costs are predicted to be 57X more in 2021 than they were in 2015. This makes ransomware the fastest growing type of cybercrime. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has described ransomware as a new business model for cybercrime, and a global phenomenon.

More entities are offering services to steal data since it's so lucrative and difficult to detect.

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  • The World Wide Web was invented in 1989. The first-ever website went live in 1991. Today there are more than 1.9 billion websites.
  • The world’s digital content is expected to grow to 96 zettabytes by 2020 (this is how big a zettabyteis), up from 4 billion terabytes (4 zettabytes) just 3 years ago. With this kind of exponential growth the opportunities for innovation, and for cybercrime — are incalculable because data is the building block of the digitized economy. 
  • The far corners of the Deep Web — known as the Dark Web — is intentionally hidden and used to conceal and promote heinous criminal activities. Some estimates put the size of the Deep Web (which is not indexed or accessible by search engines) at as much as 5,000 times larger than the surface web, and growing at a rate that defies quantification, according to one report.

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