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  • Case Studies // May 2008

    Stevens Aviation Saves Money, Time and Resources With Webroot SaaS

    In an average day, Stevens Aviation receives approximately 120,000 e-mails, nearly 93 percent of which are illegitimate. This amount of spam was hindering employee productivity and crippling Stevens Aviation's systems. Since its previous filtering system could only process 300,000 e-mails at a time, it lacked the functionality to effectively manage...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    Web Security SaaS: The Next Generation of Web Security

    The Web is the new threat vector of choice for hackers and cybercriminals to distribute malware and perpetrate identity theft, financial fraud, and corporate espionage. This IDC paper outlines solutions for overall security effectiveness and reducing the burden on IT departments. It describes the challenges facing many SMBs today and...

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  • Case Studies // Apr 2008

    Webroot Case Study: Alpha Group Plc

    The Alpha Group plc, which provides retailing and catering services for airlines and airports, had previously been a MessageLabs customer for several years but in 2007 looked to review its messaging security provider from both a technical and commercial perspective. Alpha Group plc approached a Webroot reseller partner for an...

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  • Case Studies // Mar 2010

    The Trinity School for Ministry Fights the Good Fight With Webroot

    The Trinity School for Ministry is a graduate school of religion located in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, about 30 minutes outside of Pittsburgh. As the use of laptops and the Internet became more prevalent, Heather Henkel, IT Manager, noticed a steady increase in malware and viruses. Mobile users were going to legitimate...

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  • Case Studies // Jun 2010

    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...

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  • Case Studies // Jun 2010

    Aspire to a Network Free of Malicious Programs

    Aspire of Western New York has served children and adults with cerebral palsy, intellectual disabilities, epilepsy, autism and other neurological impairments, striving to let them live as independently as possible. The malicious virus "Sality," which spreads rapidly through infected .exe and .scr files, as well as via a Trojan that...

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