Finjan

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    How Does Finjan's Unified Web Security Solution Differ From........?

    Anti-Virus solutions were created to protect against known threats, and are by nature reactive and signature-based. They served companies well during the time when attacks were static, and malicious code was mainly served from small and unknown websites. This made it fairly easy to signature malware and to block it...

    Provided By Finjan

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Combat Spyware Effectively Before It Infiltrates Your Network

    While less visible to users than spam and virus attacks, Spyware constitutes a serious and increasing threat to enterprise networks. Silently installed Spyware can subject the company and employees to invasions of personal privacy, loss of confidential information, performance degradation, network congestion, and reduced productivity. As most corporations understand the...

    Provided By Finjan

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Today's Cybercrime and the Crimeware Being Used to Support It

    Businesses are under constant threat from crimeware as hackers are using highly sophisticated web-based techniques and methods to exploit the vulnerabilities within the internet. These web-based threats are being found in common applications that security executives need to monitor and control in order to prevent abuse of their systems. The...

    Provided By Finjan

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Web-Based Threats - The Silent Danger to Your Business

    Web-based threats, driven by Active Content (e.g., Java applets, ActiveX and VB Scripts), can inflict severe damage to organizations and even compromise corporate confidential information, often without the user being aware that his/her computer has been infected. Unlike email applications, the nature of web browsing requires real-time security solutions. Firewall...

    Provided By Finjan

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    The Evolving Virus Threat - What's Next?

    Computer viruses have come a long way since the first floppy boot sector viruses appeared in the mid-1980s. As programming techniques advanced and the Internet became a dominant part of the business lives, hackers and virus writers exploited these new technologies to create increasingly complex and harmful attacks. Evolutionary "Jumps"...

    Provided By Finjan

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Healthcare and Cybercrime - The Risks, the Impact and the Solution

    Off late digital information age "Data equals money." As a result, cybercrime has evolved into a booming worldwide business. Viruses, malware and online crime have moved from vandalistic hacking into a major shadow economy that closely mimics the real business world, including profit-driven organized cybercrime. Money is driving the growth...

    Provided By Finjan

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Combat Spyware Effectively Before It Infiltrates Your Network

    While less visible to users than spam and virus attacks, Spyware constitutes a serious and increasing threat to enterprise networks. Silently installed Spyware can subject the company and employees to invasions of personal privacy, loss of confidential information, performance degradation, network congestion, and reduced productivity. As most corporations understand the...

    Provided By Finjan

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Today's Cybercrime and the Crimeware Being Used to Support It

    Businesses are under constant threat from crimeware as hackers are using highly sophisticated web-based techniques and methods to exploit the vulnerabilities within the internet. These web-based threats are being found in common applications that security executives need to monitor and control in order to prevent abuse of their systems. The...

    Provided By Finjan

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Web-Based Threats - The Silent Danger to Your Business

    Web-based threats, driven by Active Content (e.g., Java applets, ActiveX and VB Scripts), can inflict severe damage to organizations and even compromise corporate confidential information, often without the user being aware that his/her computer has been infected. Unlike email applications, the nature of web browsing requires real-time security solutions. Firewall...

    Provided By Finjan

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    The Evolving Virus Threat - What's Next?

    Computer viruses have come a long way since the first floppy boot sector viruses appeared in the mid-1980s. As programming techniques advanced and the Internet became a dominant part of the business lives, hackers and virus writers exploited these new technologies to create increasingly complex and harmful attacks. Evolutionary "Jumps"...

    Provided By Finjan

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    How Does Finjan's Unified Web Security Solution Differ From........?

    Anti-Virus solutions were created to protect against known threats, and are by nature reactive and signature-based. They served companies well during the time when attacks were static, and malicious code was mainly served from small and unknown websites. This made it fairly easy to signature malware and to block it...

    Provided By Finjan

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Healthcare and Cybercrime - The Risks, the Impact and the Solution

    Off late digital information age "Data equals money." As a result, cybercrime has evolved into a booming worldwide business. Viruses, malware and online crime have moved from vandalistic hacking into a major shadow economy that closely mimics the real business world, including profit-driven organized cybercrime. Money is driving the growth...

    Provided By Finjan