Using the right blockchain analysis tools and assigning experienced field investigators from the public and private sectors are key to combatting cybersecurity threats, Chainalysis finds.
At least 100,000 users from across the globe inadvertently mined Monero since 2019 due to malwares that plagued their CPUs and disguised as popular apps, according to a Check Point Research report.
FBI warns investors to beware of DeFi vulnerabilities such as flash loans that target smart contracts, verification issues, and manipulation of price pairs.
Amid political turmoil with China, Taiwan is harnessing the power of Web 3.0, spearheaded by the new Digital Affairs Ministry, to deal with potential threats to its cyberspace caused by tensions.
One of the very first and crucial applications of blockchain conceived by the SmartLedger team was Certihash, a suite of products for cybersecurity that mirrors the cybersecurity framework of NIST.
Bryan Daugherty started SmartLedger as a cybersecurity detection tool that will significantly reduce the overall time it takes to identify a data breach.
Manitoba's Minister for Justice, Kelvin Goertzen, announced in a press release that CAD100,000 (almost US$78,000) has been approved for the WPS from the Manitoba Criminal Property Forfeiture Fund.
NYDFS Superintendent Adrienne Harris said Robinhood Crypto failed to invest the proper resources and attention to develop and maintain a culture of compliance.
BSV Blockchain’s Public Policy Director Bryan Daugherty sees potential harm in the growth of scalable blockchain enterprises due to policymakers acting hastily in creating bills and amendments to address it.
Cybercriminals have been replicating web apps of digital assets companies and financial institutions to defraud investors, even using logos and information of legitimate companies, according to the FBI.
Pennywise is an emerging threat to digital asset holders as it can steal digital assets-related data from users of over 30 Chromium and Mozilla-based browsers, according to a Cyble blog post.