Big Three malware cause heavy productivity losses in Q1 2004
Poor business processes and auditing holes exacerbate damage

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London, UK - 16 March 2004, 15:00 GMT - The Big Three malware families of 2004, ie, all variants of Bagle, MyDoom and NetSky combined, have caused the loss or misallocation of 72 million Equivalent Person Days (EPDs) worldwide over the last two months across corporations, government organisations and homes according to the mi2g intelligence Unit, the world leader in digital risk. As an average for the last 60 days, the daily sustained loss is 1.2 million EPDs worldwide, the highest ever.


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