Malware Grows Up, Gets Hard To Stop

Dumiak, Michael
May 2007
Bank Technology News;May2007, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p15
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the problems associated with the proliferation of malware, referencing to the Super Bowl and Centers for Disease Control malware incidents in the U.S. The author relates that malware has evolved into a staggering array of noxious varieties and strains which make it more difficult to detect and stop. Payments expert at Glenbrook Partners Jim Salters cautioned that companies should develop technologies that would protect their customer desktops.


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