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A CIO's Guide to New Antivirus Tech

From blended threats to backdoor trojans, the latest antivirus technologies help companies wrangle the evolving threat of malicious code. It sounds like a chat-room joke: How many script kiddies does it take to crank trojans out of a malware kit? But this is no joke. The current plague of viruses, worms and trojans can be described as an expanding social, rather than technical, phenomenon. The burgeoning community of virus dabblers has produced some 60,000 strains of malware and sends 50 new ones onto the Net each day. Computer virus hunters are racing to design new approaches to keep ahead of attacks that keep morphing in a networked world. In such an environment, what types of antivirus technology are available for CIOs seeking to secure their corporate networks? Full Story

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