Spyware - worse than viruses?

Monday, 21 March 2005, 1:21 PM EST

Any company that has been the victim of a computer virus attack will understand just how big a problem it is. It costs time and money in terms of the IT resources that are required to clean up the ensuing mess, and dents productivity while systems are down. In some cases, corporate reputations can be hurt if they have inadvertently passed the virus on to key customers or business partners.

By Fran Howarth at IT Director.

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