Kentico Regulates Digital Signatures and Content Rights with Blockchain

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Modern CMS applications such as Kentico emphasize effective digital rights management along with the regulation of intellectual property norms associated with the content produced and shared across and beyond the enterprise.

On-boarding Blockchain

As part of continuing R&D, Kentico will soon draw the feasibility and roadmap for leveraging Blockchain models to implement Digital Rights Management (DRM) across its portfolio. The technology essentially involves developing and placing padlocks — licensed encryption keys — over blocks of content.

Digital Signatures

The Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) of Blockchain helps businesses and enterprise users furnish and validate signatures in a collaborative block-driven environment. Such an arrangement also offers options to determine if a digital asset is internal or external the concerned CMS — at the fundamental or bit-level, and whether the signature belongs to a validated competent authority.

Content Copyrights

Kentico can leverage Blockchain to effectively evaluate as well as to authenticate authors who share or post content in the relevant CMS application.

About Raybiztech

Raybiztech is the Gold Partner for Kentico applications, enabling firms to build amazing websites and run robust marketing campaigns. We are focused at serving clients with an aim to fulfill dynamic marketing and e-commerce needs. As a CMMI Level 3 firm, Raybiztech combines the on-shore and off-shore strategy with quality principles to deliver client projects with least turnaround time and the maximum operational efficiency. As the Gold Partner, our teams access exclusive Kentico resources for meeting evolving needs and expectations of the clientele spread across several geographic locations.

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Raybiztech is a leading Global IT Services and Solutions, a CMMI Level 3, Company. We are a Member of NASSCOM, HYSEA, NJTC, and AIIA.

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