In the State V. Malware, the Supreme Court of Georgia Wins With Webroot
The Supreme Court of Georgia located in Atlanta has seven justices and approximately 80 employees, including staff attorneys, administrators, docket clerks and IT staff. Supreme Court of Georgia fall victim to malware advertising itself as an anti-virus program. The fake virus alert would appear onscreen, but unlike similar versions, users could not close the program. After speaking with Webroot, he set up a 30-day trial on a single computer, and afterwards purchased licenses for the Court's most vulnerable computers. Webroot Web Security Service is a SaaS offering, so it requires no hardware. Now they relies on the software's ability to create categorized user groups, and reporting tools that show users by bandwidth, top allowed URLs, top URL categories, bandwidth used and blocked malware.