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The evolving malware threat: is your organisation covered from all angles?

26th January, 2010
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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This presentation was given on behalf of Webroot, a provider of internet security services, as part of a webinar entitled “The evolving malware threat: is your organisation covered from all angles?” The aim of the webinar was to look at how the malware landscape is changing as pressured from financially motivated hackers increase. Whereas malware exploits originally looked to cause damage to as many users as possible, today’s attacks are more focused, specifically targeting individuals and companies for the richest spoils. Increasingly targeting applications delivered over the internet, this webinar discusses why it makes sense to move web and email protection closer to where the threats are coming from by using cloud-based protection services.

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