Cryptojacking: What’s in Your Environment?

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The birth of crypto has changed the threat landscape making it easier for malicious actors to get paid and remain anonymous. The days of ransomware are not over, but the more ominous threats facing us now are cryptojacking, miners and phishing. With the rocketing crypto market cap soaring up to $835 billion this year—the name of the game is computing power and actors are using your environment.

Learning Objectives:
1: Understand why cryptojacking is happening in corporate environments and indicators of compromise.
2: Learn preventative measures and how to remediate if actors have compromised your environment.
3: Learn how to secure cloud computing resources and protect against malicious JS injections

Austin McBride

Threat Analytics Researcher, Cisco Umbrella (formerly OpenDNS)

Ayse Kaya Firat

Head of Analytics and Customer Insights, Cisco

Hackers & Threats

threat intelligence phishing hackers & threats cloud security blockchain & distributed ledger



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