Our team conducted a security audit of the Lisk Project Protocol Design and Implementation. Lisk is an open source project focused on blockchain accessibility and runs its own blockchain network, Lisk Mainnet, with the LSK native token. The Lisk project further develops the Lisk SDK, which allows developers to easily implement their own blockchains with custom transaction logic.
Our team conducted a security audit of Lotus and its subcomponents. Lotus is an implementation of the Filecoin Distributed Storage Network. Filecoin is a decentralized storage network that transforms unused cloud storage into an algorithmic market in which miners and clients are incentivized to participate.
Zero Knowledge Privacy in Regulated Financial Transactions
This month, we invited our guests from last month’s panel to further discuss zero-knowledge proofs and their role in privacy and security in the financial space, namely how they can be compliant with AML/KYC regulations.
Least Authority Launches Secure Cloud Storage for Human Rights Organizations
As part of our mission, we contribute to the broader community of users and other beneficiaries by working on special projects. For the next two years, we’re offering secure cloud storage, built with open source software, for people whose work and safety depends on their files staying private and secure.
Currently we are looking for a new team member with Solidity experience to join our security consulting team. Please reach out to us if you are interested in security and have some experience with Solidity.
Help us spread the word and check back for new hiring opportunities. Learn more about our security consulting work by browsing our published reports.
This position can be project-based, part-time or full-time based on your interests and our needs.
Least Authority champions the concept of privacy by design, challenging the current predominant business model that depends upon hoarding user data. We will discuss Waldman’s research on how reforms at every level — theory, law, organization, and individual experience — can incentivize companies to take privacy seriously.
Similar to a book club, our “Paper Club” is a periodic meeting where we discuss a paper as a team. Sometimes it's a new paper, sometimes an older one.