Special: Dr. Tom Robinson - Threats to Crypto and Tracking Ransomware with Blockchain Analytics

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ShadowTalk hosts Sean Nikkel and CISO, Rick Holland sit down with Dr. Tom Robinson, Chief Scientist and Co-Founder of Elliptic. They cover:

  • Dr. Robinson’s early days as a physicist before getting into the world of cybersecurity
  • Cyberthreats to Bitcoin and the Cryptocurrency landscape
  • Tracking Ransomware with Blockchain Analytics

***Resources from this week’s podcast***

[Blog] Liquid Exchange Hack
https://www.elliptic.co/blog/liquid-exchange-hacked-94-million-stolen

[Blog] Cybercriminals Build Blockchain Analytics Tool
https://www.elliptic.co/blog/cybercriminals-have-built-their-own-blockchain-analytics-tool

[Blog] $600M In Cyrpto Stolen
https://www.elliptic.co/blog/the-poly-network-hack-600-million-in-crypto-stolen-and-returned-in-24-hours

[Webinar] Tracking Ransomware with Blockchain Analytics
https://www.elliptic.co/webinars-events/tracking-ransomware-with-blockchain-analytics

 

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