Crypto Crime: Hunting for Cryptocurrency Mining in Your Enterprise

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After the peak in the value of Bitcoin, attackers are discovering that mining cryptocurrency can prove to be a very profitable endeavor if they can leverage someone else's computing resources. This trend has disrupted businesses in 2018, leveraging resources and power to hit the operability of organizations.

In this webinar, we will identify the key points that you need to know about how to hunt for malicious mining malware in your enterprise, and ensure your critical business resources aren't generating profit for the adversary on your dime.

Key takeaways:

  • What is cryptomining and is this a security threat?
  • Monero - What is it, and why use it?
  • Identifying the indicators of cryptominers
  • What resources you need in order to hunt for miners


Rick McElroy

Security Strategist, Carbon Black

    Troy  Mursch

    Troy Mursch Security Researcher at Bad Packets Report

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