Cash is numbered. With the advent of COVID-19, the growth of digital payment transactions has accelerated, with a particular focus on contactless, online and instant payments. Accenture’s global study shows that contactless payments have grown by 150% since March 2019. Nearly 2.7 trillion transactions, worth $48 billion, are expected to shift from cash to cards and digital […]
Quantum technology is one of the areas with the greatest potential for growth. Although its development and use is still in its incipient stage, the possibilities and solutions it will provide are still unimaginable. Andrea Rodríguez Blanco, head of quantum technologies at Gradiant, shares in this GRD Tech a very clarifying simile: just as […]
The digitalisation of public administration services is nowadays an essential part of the Digital Single Market strategy to improve the access to goods and services across Europe for both citizens and businesses. In many cases, access to specific public services requires secure and trustful identification and management of the so called ‘digital identities’. Traditionally, digital […]
It is well known that the majority of countries and entities in the Western world agreed more than five years ago to join forces against some of the most harmful scourges in the world, in what they called the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. Among them, poverty might be the one that is most urgent, and […]
During the following minute thousands of applications will request millions of people to reveal their location. However, these data are extremely sensitive, so their processing needs to be done to avoid compromise the privacy of the users.
How can we guarantee that our data is really anonymous or that there is no risk to privacy? The answer to this question is simple: absolute guarantees do not exist. That is why it is so important to invest in R&D to advance in this type of techniques.
On the occasion of the Safer Internet Day, Gradiant would like to tell you the story of our friend Pepe and his experience on the Internet
Daniel Ramos, nuestro International Business Development Manager, viaja durante estos días a la Costa Oeste de los Estados Unidos para abrir nuevos mercados en la Meca de la innovación tecnológica, Silicon Valley.
La mayoría de los ciberataques procedieron de China, Rusia y Ucrania. En casi todos los casos, pretendían beneficio económico o robo de información
La compra de Shadow. Tecnología de trazabilidad y seguridad documental según el acuerdo de colaboración firmado entre entre Gradiant y ElevenPaths, de Telefónica.