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Journal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.11, No. 10)

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Page : 1688-1697

Keywords : Blockchain; E-Commerece; Cybersecurity;

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The growth of the Internet introduced new ways on how customers receive services and how companies run their operations. In the current days internet connection and relevant services that it provides are essential for the majority of people. One of those services or industries is ecommerce. E Commerce involves transferring a large amount of sensitive data such as private customer's information or financial information. As a result it attracts cybercriminals who are willing to breach into the system and steal the data. The number of cyberattacks increases along with the ecommerce growth and therefore it raises the concern in the secureness of databases of the ecommerce platform. Organizations must ensure the secureness of the data as it contains private information of customers, working staff and transaction records. The data breach not only significantly damages the company's profits but also it will sabotage the clients' trust to the platform. In order to solve this problem, enhance data security and protect valuable data, a blockchain database management system is proposed. The proposed system addresses the issue by introducing blockchain nodes concept into the database and inheriting data secureness of distributed peer to peer connection.

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