This infographic from TopTenReviews reveals some malware stats and shows which countries are most infected as well as which types of malware are the most common.
MegaPath has wrangled up about the most ruthless, lawless viruses and software attacks around may frighten you. Don’t worry though, along with some interesting facts about the biggest malware threats in history and to your business, they have got all the information you need on how to protect your business.
Over the years, malware has become a serious problem for organizations and individuals alike. While most people assume only large businesses are targeted by malware attacks, it’s still a threat for small and medium size businesses, as well
In 2010 a computer virus named the Stuxnet worm was created in order to stop Iran’s nuclear efforts. However, since then it has been leaked to the public, and any savvy hacker can get their hands on it. What does this mean? Well, the virus can be manipulated to do many things and could be very dangerous if it got into the wrong hands. Check out this infographic presented by Veracode to learn more about the Stuxnet virus.
This new infographic from Bit9 explains the real life issues with securing a company’s technology and intellectual property. Have a look to find out who you should be looking out for and how to best protect yourself.
Those of us who live and die by our email inboxes hate spam. And if you are like me, you are always seeking effective ways to combat email spam – BoxTrapper, filters, recycling email addresses and the like. But what about the average Joe? Email security experts Vircom ran an online survey asking their visitors what they think about Spam and email security. Their findings are below in infographic format.