• mobile spyware

    Mobile spyware is used by companies monitoring, tracking or spying on employees or customers, parents spying on children, individuals spying on romantic partners and hackers spying for amusement or personal gain. Governments have used mobile spyware to access the data of citizens.

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  • What methods have been the most successful for spyware detection and mitigation in your organization?

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  • spyware

    In general, spyware is any technology, such as tracking software, that aids in gathering information about a person or organization without their knowledge.

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  • Russian enterprises unconcerned by NSA network hack allegations

    Despite allegations the NSA hid spyware in the equipment of a number of suppliers, the market in Russia for western network hardware remains buoyant

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  • Defining spyware

    ‘Recent studies show that spyware is the fastest-growing online threat facing today’s computer user. Privacy experts recommend that every computer connected to the Internet should have anti-spyware software installed’.

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  • Is someone using spyware to monitor how your employees are using their computers?

    Spyware on a corporate system can be a risk to security and is slowing down bandwidth

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  • Not all spyware is as harmless as cookies

    Ban downloads and implement personal firewalls to protect corporate systems

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  • Smurf Suite

    The Smurf Suite is a collection of smartphone hacking and spyware tools that can remotely activate iPhones and Android devices and collect user data through eavesdropping and data access. According to the iPhone toolkit’s documentation, it can enable access to “SMS, MMS, e-mails, web history,...

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  • Clean up spyware-infected PCs: Stage three — Cleanup and recovery

    What actions should you take get a spyware-infected workstation back on track?

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  • Spyware and malware not always caught by tools

    Antispyware and antimalware tools help identify suspicious elements on PCs, but they also leave unanswered questions. Here's what to do.

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