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Spear Phishing: How it happens, and six steps to reduce it.

91% of cyberattacks in 2018 and the resulting data breach began with a spear phishing email. Does your organization know how to identify a spear phishing attempt? 

This free download describes the strategy of the hacker, how you may be helping, and action to take today to reduce successful attempts. Take five minutes to read our infographic and determine if your business is prepared. 

Reduce Successful Phishing Attempts Today

Are You Prepared? This Infographic:


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Explains how you may be helping hackers
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Provides you with tips on how hackers get the information back out
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Gives examples on how hackers gain social engineering data
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Describes six security best practices to apply right now

A Phishing Awareness Training Program Can Help You Prevent a Phishing Attack

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. 

Reduce Successful Spear Phishing Attempts