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Roberto Rabasco

Experienced entrepreneur in all aspects of business formation, operation, finance, and management. I worked for international companies like Asos, Just Eat or Deutsche Telekom leading high-performance teams and I also spun up multiple startups like GuruMarket, Boolean Cloud Ltd or Orvium. Back in 2017, I moved to the UK to start a new business, a software development house in London. I lead Orvium's business operations and with a focus on institutional collaborations.
27/10/2022| By
Ahmed I. Ahmed I. Taloba,
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Choonkil Choonkil Park

Blockchain technology must have sparked widespread interest, applications associated with data monitoring, banking sectors, computer security, the Internet of Things, and food chemistry to the healthcare sector and cognitive science. The use of multimedia in the healthcare architecture also allows for the storage, processing and transmission of patient information in a wide range of formats such as images, text and audio over the Internet using various smart particles. However, managing large amounts of data, including findings and images of each individual, increases human effort and increases protection risks. In this paper, to address these problems by using IoT in healthcare improves the performance of patient care while lowering costs by efficiently distributing healthcare resources. Nevertheless, various attackers can cause a variety of risks in IoT devices. To avoid these problems, Blockchain technology has been identified as the most effective method for maintaining the secrecy and security of control systems in real-time. This should provide a security architecture for healthcare multimedia content using blockchain technology by producing the hash of every information so that any transition or modification in information, as well as any breaches of medicines, would be evidenced across the whole blockchain platform.