Blockchain for international security : the potential of distributed ledger technology for nonproliferation and export controls / Cindy Vestergaard, editor.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2021]
  • ©2021
Description
1 online resource (116 pages)

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Editor
Series
  • Advanced sciences and technologies for security applications. [More in this series]
  • Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications
Source of description
Description based on print version record.
Contents
  • Intro
  • Acknowledgements
  • Contents
  • Contributors
  • Abbreviations
  • List of Figures
  • List of Tables
  • Blockchain for International Security an Introduction
  • 1 Introduction
  • References
  • Distributed Ledger Technology: Beyond the Hype
  • 2 What is Distributed Ledger Technology?
  • 3 Features of Distributed Leger Technology
  • 4 What is in a Block?
  • 5 How DLT Records Transactions
  • 6 Operationalizing DLT
  • 6.1 Circulor and Volvo-Tracking Cobalt from the Congolese Mines to Car Batteries
  • 6.2 AURA-A Consortium Model Powered by Ethereum Quorum
  • 7 Conclusion
  • Blockchain Applications for Nuclear Safeguards
  • 2 Overview of International Nuclear Safeguards
  • 3 Legal and Political Factors Influencing DLT Acceptance for Safeguards Use
  • 4 Technical Factors Influencing DLT Acceptance
  • 5 Addressing Critical Questions About Deploying DLT for Safeguards
  • 6 Evaluating the Value of DLT Deployment for Safeguards: A Summary of Research to Date
  • 7 Summary
  • Blockchain Tools for Nuclear Safeguards
  • 1 Background-from NUMBAT to SLUMBAT to SLAFKA
  • 2 SLUMBAT-Initial Development
  • 2.1 SLUMBAT 2.0-Transit Matching Demonstration
  • 2.2 SLUMBAT Outcomes
  • 3 SLAFKA
  • 4 Recording and Reporting Nuclear Material Accounting Information
  • 5 Confidentiality and Permissioning
  • 6 Reflections on SLUMBAT and SLAFKA
  • 7 Future Development of DLT for Nuclear Safeguards
  • Possibilities of Blockchain Technology for Nuclear Security
  • 2 The Basics of Nuclear Security-Objectives and Principles
  • 3 Trust Within the Nuclear Security Community
  • 4 Potential Pathways for DLT
  • 5 Promising Use Case: Transport Security
  • 6 Future Considerations
  • Blockchain for Global Trade in Dual-Use Chemicals
  • 1 Introduction.
  • 2 The CWC and Its Schedules: Obligations and Information Flows
  • 3 The Australia Group and Its Lists: Guidance
  • 4 DLT and Export Controls: A Practical Example for Chemical End-User Assurances for Re-exports
  • 5 Conclusion
  • Blockchain Applications for Export Control Compliance and Global Supply Chain Integrity
  • 2 Relevance of Export Controls for International Security
  • 3 Challenges in Export Controls
  • 4 Potential Applications of DLT to the Implementation of Effective Export Controls
  • 4.1 Sensitive Data Management and Licensing Processes
  • 4.2 Valid Identities and Detection and Prevention of Falsified Documents
  • 4.3 Traceability of Sensitive Items
  • References.
ISBN
3-030-86240-2
OCLC
1280458595
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