Kim Zetter

investigative reporter covering cybersecurity and hacking

Guest

Kim Zetter is a cyber-security writer and the author of Countdown to Zero Day: Stuxnet and the Launch of the World's First Digital Weapon.

Zetter is an award-winning former senior staff reporter for Wired magazine and writer of its Threat Level blog.

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In the new era of cryptocurrencies, digital wallets are under siege by thieves who are stealing millions. Crypto.com is one of the latest heists.

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In the new era of cryptocurrencies, digital wallets are under siege by thieves who are stealing millions. Crypto.com is one of the latest heists.

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