Australian Blockchain Security Summit – A Panel Discussion on Governance & Compliance
The Australian Blockchain Security Summit was a thought-provoking gathering of industry leaders and experts, delving into the intricacies of blockchain and security.
Throughout the course of the Summit, a series of panels explored the latest trends and developments in both blockchain and cyber security, with engaging discussions and expert insights on topics such as infrastructure, solutions, safeguarding against scams, harnessing the power of digital ID and records, ensuring the security and compliance of digital currency exchanges and custody solutions, and the role of regulation and auditing in maintaining compliance and best practices.
In a session addressing governance and compliance, Madison Branson Lawyers’ Managing Principal Simon Tsapepas joined moderator Gordon Little (Blockchain Australia), Joni Pirovich (BADASL), Jaime Lumsden (Hamilton Locke) and Michael Bacina (Piper Alderman) as they discussed how decentralised systems can comply with existing laws and regulations.
In particular, the panel discuss the role of governance – both at a corporate level as well as in terms of what the wider industry as a whole should be considering. They also emphasise the importance of regulatory certainty for the benefit of businesses and advisers as the industry continues to mature.
Watch a recording of the session below – with thanks to Blockchain Australia for the video.
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