Valued at over $24 billion in total, Ether is the second largest crypto currency, only behind Bitcoin. In the last two years, cybercriminals have exploited code flaws, web app vulnerabilities and social engineering to steal over $100 million in Ether crypto currency. This session will cover smart contracts and the Ethereum Virtual Machine as well as a history of how these heists have shaped Ethereum.
1: Gain a basic understanding of the Ethereum Virtual Machine and smart contracts.
2: Understand common security flaws in blockchain technology implementation.
3: Consider the legal implications of attacks against fully distributed entities.
Senior Security Analyst, WatchGuard Technologies
Hackers & Threats
blockchain & distributed ledger exploit of vulnerability software code vulnerability analysis application security
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