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Why Cybercriminals Are "Following The Money" Into Online Video Games - Matthew Cook (Central Ohio Infosec Summit 2016) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Why Cybercriminals Are "Following The Money" Into Online Video Games
Matthew Cook
@PanopticonMatt

Bio: Matthew Cook got his first taste of video games at age 8 while visiting his fathers office at a CIA family open house in Washington, DC, shooting down pixelated space aliens on a government mainframe. He attended art school at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he learned to program his first PC. After spending 15 years designing and building online cybersecurity and risk management tools for companies such as CheckFree, Fiserv, Yodlee, and Guardian Analytics, he co-founded Panopticon Laboratories, where he focuses on Product and Business Development. He blogs about video games and security at: http://www.panopticonlabs.com/founders-blog

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