Web-borne malware is everywhere, and it's aimed at your enterprise system. The components of our Security School -- video, podcast, tip and quiz -- will help you absorb which practices to embrace and which to avoid to keep enterprise systems healthy in an era of rampant cyberthreats.
Mitigating the risk of Web malware infections with a separation process
If malware isn't running on a system, it can't harm it. Therefore, it's important to know on which system the malware resides to determine an infection's damage. In this video, Peter Lindstrom reviews the process of separation and explains how it can protect your system from Web malware attacks.
Web malware is a significant threat to systems. This video explains how separation effectively reduces the risk of damage from Web-borne malware.
Two effective means to mitigate the danger Web-borne malware can do
The bad guys out there know the Web is a gateway into your enterprise. This tip reviews two techniques -- separation and isolation -- that can reduce the risk of Web-borne malware infections in enterprise systems.
The potential damage from Web-borne malware can be effectively limited through a process of separation. Continue Reading
Web-borne malware victims' bad habits, and how to avoid them
The victims of Web-borne malware share seven bad habits. Pete Lindstrom counts them down, then explains how to avoid them and discusses the best practices you should be following to keep your network secure and free of infection.
Learn the seven bad habits that leave you vulnerable to Web-borne malware attacks, and the changes you can make to secure your online life in 2014. Continue Reading
Take our Web malware quiz
Understanding the threats and the current solutions is a first step in keeping your system safe. Take our quiz to see if you've got the knowledge you need to turn back attacks from Web-borne malware.Take This Quiz
About the expert
Learn more about the author of this Security School, Pete Lindstrom.
Pete Lindstrom is principal of Spire Security, an industry analyst firm addressing challenges in technology risk management and cybersecurity economics. In his more than 20-year career, he has held other industry analyst positions at Burton Group and Hurwitz Group, as well as enterprise positions as a security architect and an IT auditor. He has a degree in finance from the University of Notre Dame. Continue Reading