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Cryptojacking: Best practices for fighting back.

 
Illicit Cryptojacking displaced Ransomware as the favorite tool for hackers in 2018 thanks to Bitcoin, Monero, and Ethereum. Do you know how to identify this threat or how to stop it? 

Crooks are aggressively targeting laptops, desktops, servers, and mobile devices. You provide the network resources, they pocket the rewards. Read this guide to learn how to fight back! 

Guide to Fighting Back Against Cryptojacking

Are You Prepared? This Whitepaper Guide:


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Explains the difference between legitimate mining and cryptojacking
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Describes how cryptojacking works on an infrastructure
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Shows the cost of cryptojacking to organizations
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Provides practical steps to avoid being a victim or stop cryptojacking on your resources

A Strategic Cybersecurity Stack Can Help You Prevent a Successful Cyberattack

Most businesses understand the importance of a cyber security plan but struggle knowing where to begin. What's more, many businesses focus only on what happens after a breach occurs, when a truly effective cyber security plan accounts for the steps you need to take to prevent one in the first place. And with the cost of an average data breach to a U.S. company coming in at $7.91 million(1), can you afford to go without a strong cyber security strategy?

UTG is your go-to resource for all things cyber security. Our holistic approach to IT security and compliance provides you with next generation coverage for your network. 

Identify & Stop Illicit Cryptomining on Your Network Resources