How to eliminate spyware to protect your business

Thursday, 28 July 2005, 3:06 AM EST

IT security experts warn that spyware is rapidly moving from personal computers to business networks connected to the Internet. The National Cyber Security Alliance says that nearly nine out of every 10 home computers contains spyware. Similarly, Web usage by workers on the job is now giving IT teams security headaches.

Spyware is quickly becoming a high level security problem for businesses large and small. It does more than just steal information about your computing habits. It robs you of system speed and Internet access efficiency. Spyware can introduce threats to companies including data theft, legal liability, reduced employee productivity, and public relations nightmares.

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