A Cybersecurity Expert’s View on Web3
Cybersecurity expert Marcus Hutchins has worked in the crypto and Web3 spaces for years, while becoming internationally respected for his work stopping one of the largest cyberattacks in history. With his significant background and expertise in hacking, cybersecurity, and identifying potential attacks, Marcus shares insights about the possibilities – both positive and negative – of Web3 and the future of the internet.
The Future of Cybersecurity: Saving the Internet
Known for stopping one of the largest cyberattacks in history, expert Marcus Hutchins offers riveting takeaways about the future of cybersecurity for both individuals and organizations alike. With his background in hacker and cyber communities, and professional experience as a globally respected cybersecurity expert, Marcus is able to unpack complex concerns, and illuminates cutting-edge technology and its implications for audiences of all kinds.
Marcus Hutchins offers unique cybersecurity expertise as both a hacker and globally-renowned security analyst
Heralded as “The Hacker Who Saved the Internet” by WIRED, renowned cybersecurity expert MARCUS HUTCHINS independently put a stop to the worst cyberattack the web has ever seen. During 2017’s WannaCry ransomware attack, Hutchins found and triggered the ‘kill switch’ within its code, preventing the piece of malware from destroying data across the globe. He brings this incredible story of cyber heroism, as well as prescient recommendations for strengthening cybersecurity, to audiences of all kinds.
In captivating and perceptive talks, Hutchins offers pragmatic insights about the zeitgeist of the world wide web and the future of the internet. With a personal and professional background as a hacker and influential force in cyber circles, Marcus has the ability to break down complicated concepts as he highlights vanguard technology and its implications on our ever-changing world. As a leading security analyst, Hutchins provides actionable takeaways for organizations and businesses to properly protect their data and maintain optimal online privacy. Considered by many to be a cybersecurity virtuoso, Marcus Hutchins sheds light on the implications - both positive and negative - of the future of the internet.
Marcus Hutchins is a globally recognized security researcher known for stopping the 2017 WannaCry ransomware attack, one of the largest cyberattacks in history. He works as a lead security analyst specializing in tracking both criminal and state sponsored hacking groups. His story was featured on the cover of Wired Magazine's June 2020 issue. Outside of his job, Marcus also maintains several media channels where he teaches cybersecurity to a wide audience.