Percent of new cyberthreats detected last year that were Trojan horse programs, an increase of four percent from 2004, according to research from Panda Software.
Microsoft abandons patches for Windows XP, and a healthcare group protects against dangerous e-mail.
Cybersecurity experts point out that personal information is a profitable commodity for criminals, and it professionals need to protect their networks throughout the entire supply chain.
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