The malware tsunami - Key Questions

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London, UK - 2 March 2004, 10:15 GMT - As new variants of malware continue to arrive faster than they can be analysed or remedied, the malware tsunami is overwhelming both its victim organisations as well as anti-virus toolkit companies and security professionals across the world. Most security companies, internet service providers and systems administrators have been severely overworked since the initial outbreak of MyDoom in late January with no sign of a let up.

These fast spreading malware epidemics propelled further by new variants, some of which cannot be detected through traditional means, are changing the digital risk landscape forever. The main concern within government agencies and corporate circles is in regard to MyDoom, NetSky and Bagle families' swift proliferation and evolution through a barrage of variants in a very short space of time. The key questions being asked are as follows:


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