If you have a virus, Microsoft says you probably could have prevented it

October 18th, 2011

This Networkworld article re-states from Microsoft what I stated in my "Steps you can take to improve the security and worker productivity on your computers and servers" post.   Most infections are due to lax updating and patching standards rather than previously unknown viruses preying upon your computers.  

The bad guys are counting on the fact that you are behind on your Microsoft, Java, Flash, and Adobe reader updates (to name a few of the most common reasons for infected computers).   If you are having problems understanding what the right thing to do is, or you are simply overwhelmed trying to keep up doing the right thing - even when you know what right thing to do is, then CSI can help.   We have monitoring and patch management strategies to help keep you safe.   Contact us.  We're happy to help.


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