Cryptojacking is one of the newest – and most lucrative– threats to cybersecurity in the last two years. Easy to carry out and difficult to detect, these attacks involve cybercriminals taking control of a third-party device’s CPU to mine valuable cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Monero, Ethereum or Ripple.
From strains on energy and CPU to physical damage and threats to corporate security, cryptojacking poses a whole new set of risks for companies and individuals.
Download our whitepaper, Cryptojacking: A Hidden Cost, to learn:
- How cybercriminals are using third party devices to mine cryptocurrencies
- Why these attacks are so difficult to detect
- What security measures you need to take to protect your devices from cryptojacking