Today's headlines cover a wide range of topics, from business and finance to technology and crypto. In the business world, former Uber security chief was found guilty of concealing a data breach, while executives at Celsius cashed out over $40 million in crypto before the company filed for bankruptcy. In the world of technology, a new study has found that almost 19 percent of phishing emails are able to bypass Microsoft Defender. And in the world of crypto, Ethereum is leading the pack as it outperforms stocks and bonds in the third quarter.
Executives at Celsius cashed out $42 million in crypto before filing for bankruptcy
- The former security chief of Uber was found guilty of concealed a data breach that exposed the information of millions of users in 2016.
- Top executives of the cryptocurrency company Celsius cashed out tens of millions of dollars in Bitcoin and other digital assets before the company filed for bankruptcy.
- Stocks traded mixed in the United States as jobless claims rose and bond yields ticked up.
- The ex-security chief of Uber was found guilty of covering up a major data breach in 2016.
- Animoca Brands CEO Yat Siu gave tips for thriving in a crypto winter at the Disrupt conference.
- The former security chief of Uber was convicted for concealing a felony.
- Some people in the cryptocurrency community are questioning whether digital assets are truly "crypto" if they are reversible.
- Shares of Silvergate Capital are falling today because the company's CEO made some controversial comments about the crypto industry.
- The former security chief of Uber was found guilty of concealing a data breach.
- Bitcoin's borderless nature and potential to solve inefficiencies has drawn in many supporters.
- Some analysts are predicting that October could be a big month for Bitcoin and other digital assets.
- Executives at Celsius cashed out over $40 million in digital assets shortly before the company filed for bankruptcy.
- The Chicago Sun-Times is dropping its paywall as the newspaper joins a public-media organization.
- A new study finds that almost 19 percent of phishing emails are now bypassing Microsoft Defender.
- Hut 8 Mining CEO Timminco Limited says that timing the market is better than "time in the market."
- Ethereum is leading the pack as crypto assets outperform stocks and bonds in the third quarter.
- Analyst Dan Weiskopf predicts what to expect in the crypto and blockchain space in the fourth quarter of 2022.
- While Coinbase's share price has been worrisome in the short-term, the company has a strong crypto outlook over the long run.
- Wall Street Breakfast takes a look at "black gold," or oil.
- Bitcoin's correlation with gold reaches its highest level in over a year.
- Bitcoin mining company Marathon invested $31.3 million in a bankrupt data center.
- Bitcoin mining is about to get tougher as the difficulty of mining new blocks is set to rise.
- Bitcoin trades flat for a second day but outperforms traditional markets.
- The price of the cryptocurrency surged 14%.
- Lido's stETH token is expanding to Layer 2 networks.
- The crypto industry has seen a number of failures, but some say that it has led to better due diligence.
Celsius' Top 3 Execs Cashed Out $42M in Crypto Before Bankruptcy
Crypto lender Celsius' top three executives withdrew $42.13 million in cryptocurrency between May and June 2022, right before the company suspended withdrawals and filed for bankruptcy, new court records show. From a report: According to a Statement of Financ…
Former Uber security chief found guilty of concealing data breach
Joe Sullivan failed to report a cybersecurity incident to authorities in 2016A San Francisco jury has found Uber’s former chief security officer, Joe Sullivan, guilty of criminal obstruction for failing to report a 2016 cybersecurity incident to authorities.S…
The Chicago Sun-Times, fitting its new public-media ownership, is dropping its paywall
What happens when public media buys a private newspaper? It adopts a public media business model. Chicago Public Media made news in January by buying the Chicago Sun-Times, the city’s longtime tabloid alternative to the broadsheet Tribune. The Tribune has fal…
Almost 19 percent of phishing emails bypass Microsoft Defender
For many organizations, Microsoft 365 has become their default service for email. But for attackers this makes it attractive as a point of compromise. New research from cloud and email security specialist Avanan shows that the missed phishing rate for Microso…
First Mover Asia: BitMEX Shift From Hong Kong Reflects the Toll of Stringent Covid Policies; Bitcoin Trades Sideways Amid Energy, Employment Concerns
The crypto exchange leased out a full floor of the prestigious Cheung Kong Center in 2018 but now relies increasingly on remote work. BitMEX’s largest office is now in Singapore. Bitcoin trades sideways.