Internet Security Trends for 2007- A Report on Spam, Viruses, and Spyware
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"Internet Security Trends for 2007- A Report on Spam, Viruses, and Spyware"

Learn to combat email security threats by evaluating solutions that have strong email appliance and web security gateway.

Internet Explorer vulnerabilities have allowed malware code to propagate undetected by end-users. Also, malware authors developed effective spam and phishing techniques to drive traffic to infected sites, resulting in desktop infection rates over 50 percent at corporations worldwide.

Spam, viruses, phishing and malware are tools used by well-organized global entities that are profiting from a variety of criminal activities including drug-trafficking, fraud and identify theft.

To combat these sophisticated threats, enterprise security officers need to evaluate solutions that have strong email and Web capabilities. An email appliance and a Web security gateway that work together and share a common threat database is the best way to defend against the sophisticated new generation of threats on the Internet.

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