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Podcast: Investing in security for SMBs

David Kelleher, communications and research analyst at GFI Software discusses how GFI are helping SMBs to recognize the importance of investing further in their security. The main cause of the problem lies in the attitude that SMBs have towards security, because they believe that cybercrime only affects large enterprises. Most SMBs install anti-spam and anti-virus […]

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Computer Security in the News

Viruses, Trojans, worms, spyware, malware, rootkits, phishing, botnets, cross-site scripting, vulnerabilities… the list of buzzwords goes on. These words all mean something to us in the security arena, but for the general public they’re just  indistinguishable words that geeks use. Every few months, some new threat sparks up in the news and every other journalist […]

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UK SMEs underestimate danger posed by their employees

Whilst most SMEs recognize the importance of IT security in a company and would consider installing anti-virus and anti-spam software, they often fail to realize the internal threats that could pose a risk to their business. Disgruntled employees, such as those facing redundancy, might decide to seek ‘revenge’ on the company that is dismissing them. […]

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Taking Security Seriously

In today’s world one can claim that nearly any organization to operate needs an IT infrastructure. It can be a simple system such as a basic point of sale for a small corner shop to a full fledged IT infrastructure working across continents joining international organizations into one cohesive structure. All systems, be it the smallest up to the largest have one thing in common, they all want to simply get the job done.

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