Aspire to a Network Free of Malicious Programs
Source: Webroot Software
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 can bring additional malware into the network from the Web, attacked Aspire. Residents and students had unfettered Web access, often logging on to the type of sites that host the most malicious viruses and malware. Aspire activated Webroot Web Security Service and Webroot AntiSpyware Corporate Edition to protect 400 users from malware, viruses and other malicious programs, and also installed Webroot Email Security on over 700 email accounts.