Why hardware wallets might not offer as much protection as you think, explained


The issues facing hardware wallets are by no means exclusive to the crypto industry.

In several sectors around the world, there are a number of industries that have critical systems. They face the same challenge: staying current and fortified against attacks from people trying to infiltrate.

Every government manages critical systems – alongside the military, hospitals, space agencies, nuclear power plants, airports, chemical factories, unmanned train networks, banks and stock brokers.

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The ramifications if these critical systems are compromised can be serious. Lives can be put at risk if key systems within a hospital are threatened or if hackers successfully target air traffic control at a major transportation hub. In an increasingly digital world, millions of people can be affected by a single malicious actor pressing Enter.

The number of high profile incidents continues to increase. Earlier this year, thousands of businesses were affected when Kaseya’s systems were compromised. Supermarkets in Sweden were forced to close because their checkouts stopped working, while trains came to a standstill.

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ZeconDual is positioned as the answer to critical systems that must achieve 100% resilience to cyber attacks.

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