Most Malware Threats Go Undetected, Says Cyveillance
Cyveillance, the global leader in cyber intelligence, announced on August 11, 2008 that a recent examination of the anti-virus vendor over a month's period revealed that over 50% of all Internet attacks with malware go undetected while scanning by these vendors' software. The resultant data was compiled in Cyveillance's recent 1H 2008 Online Fraud Report.
According to Panos Anastassiadis, Chairman and CEO of Cyveillance, security mechanisms such as anti-spyware and anti-virus solutions prove effective when they identify a malicious code and confirm it as a mainstream threat. Credit should be given to anti-malware ven...
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