Ten ways to defend against viruses

Wednesday, 16 July 2003, 8:38 AM EST

Keeping antivirus software up to date is critically important for all platforms, even if some of the operating systems, such as Macintosh and Linux, aren't as widely targeted by virus threats. But the key to ensuring that your network remains virus-free is something beyond the deployment of dependable antivirus solutions.

Companies must educate employees about safe computing practices and enforce policies to safeguard the network.

Here are some ways to help prevent malicious code from wreaking havoc at your company.

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