Corporations Using Web-Based Applications Expose Themselves to Malware
A new research by Internet security company Webroot has discovered that 85% of malicious software spread via Web applications, resulting in an increasing level of threat to organizations as employees do more and more of online video watching, social networking, and personal e-mailing during work hours.
Webroot also discovered that business organizations are not efficiently safeguarding themselves against Web-borne spyware, viruses and employee activity that results in security breaches, leakage of confidential information and release of valuable intellectual property.
Also, while organizations rely on Web based applications for execution of critical functions such as research and development, advertisement campaigns and customer support, IT experts are not adequately aware a...
» SPAMfighter News - 9/30/2008
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