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Minimizing the Effects of Malware on a Network

Tips on surviving sophisticated malware infections.

 By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Jul 6, 2011
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In spite of the fact that malware can't be completely blocked or eliminated, IDG reports that you can manage your PCs, mobile devices, and networks to function even if infected. A malware infection doesn't necessarily mean lost data, unavailable systems, or other problems, and companies can and do function despite these intrusions. This article offers some approaches that can help minimize the effect of malware on a network.

 


"’The current batch of malware we're seeing is very sophisticated and well written, and it hides itself well and avoids detection well,’ says Fred Rica, principal in the information security advisory practice at the PricewaterhouseCoopers consulting firm.”

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