How Hackers Stole $2M in Cryptocurrency

Presented by

Kyle Hanslovan, CEO | John Hammond, Senior Security Researcher | Chris Bisnett, Chief Architect | John Ferrell, ThreatOps

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If money were no object—if the world could function without currency, do you think cybercrime would still exist? Obviously, many hackers are in it for the money alone. Bad actors are always looking to make a quick buck, whether by deploying ransomware, selling data on the dark web or mining cryptocurrency. Bitcoin, Ethereum and other digital currencies are entering the world’s stage, but why should a hacker try to mine their own if they can steal from others? Join us for our next Tradecraft Tuesday event, where we’ll dive into... - How hackers make money—and why cryptocurrency is their payment method of choice - How hackers stole more than $2M in cryptocurrencies - How they tried to cover their tracks - How we caught them red-handed

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