Researchers and cybercriminals were able to uncover the private keys of more than 700 cryptocurrency wallets, which led to more than $54 million in currency being stolen. As Ted Harrington of ISE explains, it’s those types of attacks that inspire researchers to help find vulnerabilities and prevent them from being exploited.
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Ted Harrington, Executive Partner at ISE is finding new ways to protect digital assets. He’s helped companies like Disney, Amazon, Google, Netflix and Adobe fix tens of thousands of security vulnerabilities. His team at ISE is composed of ethical hackers known for being the first to hack the iPhone, where he applies his think-like-a-hacker mentality to constantly adapt to fresh security and software development challenges.
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