Cryptojacking: New Risk for Carriers and Their Insureds

Cryptojacking is an emerging cybercrime in which another party’s computing resources are hijacked to mine cryptocurrency. Also referred to as malicious cryptomining, cryptojacking lets hackers mine cryptocurrency without paying for computing power, hardware and other mining resources. This podcast will explore this latest cybercrime and related risks for carriers and their insureds; and how insurers are responding. 

You can listen to the podcast episode below or for easy access on the go, listen to the podcast on the PLUS Connect App.

The transcript for this podcast recording is available to view below.

Meet the Speaker

David J. Shannon, Esq.
Chair, Privacy & Data Security Practice Group; Chair, IP, Technology & Media Litigation Practice Group, 
Marshall Dennehey 

David J. Shannon is a shareholder at Marshall Dennehey, where he leads both the Privacy and Data Security, and the Intellectual Property Practice Groups. David concentrates a substantial portion of his practice on privacy law, data breaches, ransomware attacks, intellectual property and copyright and trademark infringement. He is experienced in defending privacy and intellectual property cases throughout the United States. David is an international speaker at privacy and data security conferences and seminars, where he discusses legal issues and emerging trends in the privacy arena.;