To prevent and protect – new approaches against spyware

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Ninety two per cent of IT directors can’t be wrong. That’s the overwhelming majority of high-ranking IT professionals that see spyware as more than a nuisance to enterprises [Web@Work research, 2004]. Estimates even put the number of desktops affected by spyware as high as 90 per cent [US National Cyber Security Alliance].

Unwanted software is entering organisations through email accounts, web spam, browser downloads and shareware - enabling outsiders to obtain sensitive information about an organisation or an individual without their knowledge. This information is then being relayed to interested third parties. ...

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