Blockchain Security Framework
About the Project
The blockchain security framework project is aimed at creating a comprehensive framework that covers everything about blockchain security for organizations from the ideation stage till the production stage ensuring maximum security at each stage of the product/solution development.
OWASP Documentation Project - Blockchain Security Framework
Every technology has its own challenges in terms of achieving maximum security. Currently, there is no exhaustive resource available for blockchain security providing detailed understanding about how security should be incorporated during the ideation-creation-deployment of a blockchain project. To help resolve this issue, the aim is to create a comprehensive framework that can help resolve this issue.
The project will help understand the various stages and security requirements from documentation perspective, selection/review of components considered for development including programming language/stack, protocols, etc.,functional security review, security testing requirements, audit/logging requirements, forensic readiness(to ensure that any attack can be traced/investigated as quickly as possible).
The project is not limited to the above understanding and more areas will be added/edited as required by the community or individual requests to enhance the framework.
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The license of the project is as described in CC BY-SA 4.0
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Deepak R Pandey
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