Malware Infections in UK Businesses Down 60% This Year
According to the 2008 ISBS (Information Security Breaches Survey), under the leadership of PricewaterhouseCoopers for the purpose of the Department for BERR (Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform), malware infection in the UK companies have come down to 60% in comparison to 2006. This drop has been attributed partly to improved and more effective anti-virus controls.
The survey also says that there has been a significant improvement in the corporate anti-virus systems. Yet, for 66% of the organizations affected, malicious code caused them the worst security breaches so far in 2008. The breaches involved infiltr...
» SPAMfighter News - 21-04-2008