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Why you’re putting your network at risk with a defensive approach to malware
It’s a mad, mad, mad, malware world. The good news is that the number of malware attacks is decreasing. The bad news is that malware forms are proliferating, attackers are getting smarter, and companies are still vulnerable. Just how bad is the problem? The answer is: very. While known threats are largely preventable, more than 350,000 new instances of malware are unleashed daily. Previously, IT teams have tried to educate workforces not to open phishing emails and click on malicious links. Those emails have gotten better than ever, as hackers spoof global brands like PayPal, Google, LinkedIn and Microsoft, lowering employee defenses. In addition, IT teams must manage other threats such as mobile ransomware, Trojans, bot attacks, formjacking, cryptomining and PowerShell attacks.
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