Even though blockchain itself is designed to be tamper-resistant, it usually connects to peripheral layers (e.g. data entry, access management or storage), which are subject to risk. Auditors traditionally inspect readily available, historic data ledgers or audit trails; blockchain environments, however, are real-time and do not include historic ledgers that allow for audit.
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