IT Support Los Angeles Cryptojacking

IT Support Los Angeles: Cryptojacking Trends

It Support and Cryptocurrencies

To some degree or another, most of us have heard of the term Virtual Currency.  This is essentially the cloud-based version of the traditional paper money.  For example, with Ransomware a Cyber attacker wants to be paid with this new type of currency, usually in the form of Bitcoin.  There are other types of virtual currencies that are out there, and collectively, these are also known as “Cryptocurrencies”.

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Technology in the Super Bowl

Technology in the Super Bowl

With the Superbowl over and all of us fans reminiscing the
highlights of play and the low lights of this year’s stint of commercials, tech
played a huge part in every fan’s NFL experience.

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Phases of the Cyber Attack Lifecycle

In today’s cyber security landscape, no business is ever completely safe from the threat of a cyber attack. That’s why mitigating the risk of a cyber attack is a critical aspect of any cyber security platform.

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Common Cloud Migration Challenges and How to Overcome Them

Why are businesses moving to the cloud? The short answer is a cloud-based network environment offers a number of critical business benefits, including:

  • On-demand scalability
  • Minimal infrastructure
  • Access anytime, anywhere
  • Disaster preparedness

Could your business objectives benefit from any of these competitive advantages?

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What’s the Connection Between Ransomware and Phishing?

On the surface, ransomware attacks and phishing emails may seem to have nothing in common. After all, ransomware involves encrypting all of the data on your network so you lose access to it unless you pay a “ransom.” Phishing emails, on the other hand, are a form of social engineering whereby cyber criminals pretend to be someone they’re not to trick network users into divulging sensitive information.

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