Thu, Jul 19, 2018
10:40am to 11:00am
Blockchain, best known as the underlying technology of Bitcoin, can also be used for all industries, including the agriculture industry. This program provides an introduction to Blockchain—what the technology is, how it works, what it does, and why it should be on the agriculture industry’s radar. The speaker will also describe how the use of Blockchain can benefit the process of tracing products and supply chains in agriculture, all while saving time and energy, as well as discuss applications of Blockchain for crop, livestock and product certification purposes, and reducing disputes in contractual situations.
Natalia is a technology and commercial litigation attorney at Husch Blackwell, and is a member of Husch Blackwell’s Internet of Things and Data Privacy, Security & Breach teams. Natalia assists clients in securing their data, and in protecting and enforcing their intellectual property rights. Additionally, Natalia closely tracks emerging developments in technology and counsels clients on the related legal and security implications. Natalia applies all of her expertise when counseling clients in the emerging world of Blockchain technology.