Why Security SaaS Makes Sense Today
Source: Webroot Software
Corporate IT teams are waging a significant security battle on two fronts these days: stopping attacks via the Web and through email. They are tirelessly trying to protect their networks against known and unknown viruses, spyware and phishing attacks. However, the more complex these threats become, the more infrastructure companies have to bring in-house, sending capital expenditures through the roof. It's a battle that Aaron Zuccolin, manager of information systems at the Canadian law firm Watson Goepel Maledy LLP, knows all too well. He estimates that 80% to 90% of his Vancouver, B.C.-based firm's email is spam - a risky proposition when he is beholden to data protection laws in Canada, the United States and Europe.