Blockchain Technology Partners and Taekion partner to deliver Sextant for TFS providing users with military-grade information security

BTP Sextant extended to support the deployment and management of the highly secure blockchain-based Taekion File System (TFS) on Hyperledger Sawtooth. Beta Version is being offered to test initial features in development.  Edinburgh, Scotland — January 28, 2021 — Blockchain Technology Partners (BTP), a leading enterprise blockchain company, and Taekion, a U.S.-based cybersecurity company, today announced Sextant for TFSproviding users with military-grade information

Taekion and Blockchain Technology Partners Author Series on Strengthening Cybersecurity in 2021 with a Blockchain

Taekion in conjunction with its partner Blockchain Technology Partners has authored the first of a series on using Blockchain for Cybersecurity for the Global Blockchain Business Council. The series will concentrate of unique use cases that a blockchain can be used in order to strengthen data security in the age of ever increasing cyber attacks.

Why We Created the Taekion Blockchain File System

Taekion File System, a journaling file system backed by a private blockchain.

Making a private blockchain file storage easy for users

Blockchains have had their fame from the middle 2010’s to now.  But one thing that has not been solved is how to easily implement, maintain, and most importantly use a blockchain for storing files. Especially as an individual user, use of a blockchain beyond crypto currencies is a mystery. As Taekion was developing a groundbreaking

Taekion Wins NSF Innovation Seed Capital R&D Contract

In January 2020, Taekion was awarded a prestigious innovation seed capital grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).  The project titled “Defense-hardened Blockchain File System using aBFT Consensus” represents novel and game-changing innovation in distributed consensus and fault tolerance protocols to enable secure, resilient, and trusted computer networks. Our invention is based on distributed consensus