Posts Tagged ‘fraud’
Stan and Earl discuss “micro” cryptocurrency fraud schemes: those focused on defrauding a single individual or business. Resources referenced in this episode can be access in the following blog post: https://alpineinc.com/cryptocurrency-fraud-part-2-micro-fraud/
This post provides links and resources referenced in Episode 5 (Cryptocurrency Fraud Pt. 2) of Alpine’s Threat & Fraud podcast. Podcast Episode Ransomware Statistics Link to article on ransomware statistics. Stealing Power & Computing Resources Link to article on bitcoin miner who routed cables through a fish pond to steal power. Link to article on […]
Stan and Earl discuss unique forms of fraud that exist in the “wild west” of cryptocurrency. This episode focuses on “macro” frauds: those aimed at entire markets or large groups of users. Link to resources and examples discussed in this episode: https://alpineinc.com/cryptocurrency-fraud-part-1-macro-fraud/
The fight against fraud is more like a race – a long, never-ending ultra marathon where your opponents are always 100 yards ahead of you. If you don’t keep pace, your profit margins are impacted, you put customers at risk, and the government eventually steps in and shuts you down. If you sprint too hard, […]
Genius is eternal patience – Michelangelo (and every hacker worth his salt) Let’s get your Security Operations Center (SOC) focused on catching the “low and slow” threats that fly under your radar. They’ve likely had access to your infrastructure for months. Wanna smoke ’em out? Give Alpine a call!