"Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin and many other cryptocurrencies have grown tremendously in the last two years," said APWG founder and chairman, Dave Jevans. "Along with that growth has come the attention of the cybercrime underground. From the Mt. Gox hack that lost more than $500 million and killed the company, to the recent attack on Bitstamp and all the malware that is trying to steal user wallets, criminals have clearly entered the space. These sessions at the APWG eCrime Conference will give attendees the knowledge they need to understand the risks and the new security approaches for handling cryptocurrencies."