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Archive for July, 2019

Grant Thornton audits more than $10 billion in cryptoassets, across 40 cryptocurrencies and 100 million addresses

Posted by Johnny Lee on July 26, 2019

In a move that demonstrates its prowess auditing companies in the cryptocurrency industry, Grant Thornton LLP has announced that it audited more than $10 billion in cryptoassets during the first three months of 2019. Moreover, these audits covered 40 different cryptocurrencies across more than 100 million addresses.

Read the full BusinessWire article here.

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You’ve Been Hacked, Now What?

Posted by Johnny Lee on July 12, 2019

I’m looking forward to joining Loren Dealy Mahler and Kevin Walsh, CISM next week to discuss #incidentresponse best practices, during a #CyberSecurity panel discussion moderated by Armistead Whitney of Apptega.

Join us!

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