White Hat Hackers Reveal New Scam Scheme: Insights at BlockShow Asia
BlockShow Asia 2019, an international blockchain event powered by Cointelegraph, is taking place at Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay Sands from Nov. 14 to 15. This year, the event is going to take the form of a Festival of Decentralized Technology. The guests will have the chance to take part in 10 conferences focusing on various aspects of the industry, including Privacy & Security, Development, Investments, Trading, Marketing & PR, Artificial Intelligence, Crypto Finance, Gaming & DApps, BAAS, as well as Regulations. Stay secure online Users often bump into malicious software while surfing the internet and downloading files. In the crypto industry, the prevalence of fraudulent activities can’t be underestimated. Black hat hackers do their utmost to pursue opportunities to steal the digital assets of unsuspecting cryptocurrency holders. In order to stand up to the most insidious attempts of scam artists to get an access to users’ personal data and money, a high level of security needs to be ensured. According to recent stats, the United States government alone has budgeted about $17.5 billion for next year’s cybersecurity needs, which is almost $1 billion more than funds spent in 2019. Оne of the conferences at BlockShow Asia 2019 is devoted to privacy and security. At the conference, a wide range of cybersecurity issues currently affecting the blockchain industry will be discussed, and comprehensive solutions to them will be introduced. One of the experts is Dmitriy Budorin, co-founder and CEO of Hacken, a company offering “cutting-edge cybersecurity services” to businesses. The list of its clients include AirAsia, Proximax and VeChain.