[EBOOK] Malware in the Cloud

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Cloud computing is great. But nowhere near as safe as you thought…

Cloud computing is amazing, isn’t it?

Where you can use software through your browser rather than having to download something. And access any data anywhere, on any device.

You might think that it’s really safe. That the software developers are one step ahead of the baddies. And it’s passed all sorts of rigorous security tests.

Sadly, you’d be wrong on all counts.

Cyber crime is the number one threat to UK businesses. Yet a staggeringly low number of cloud providers are offering adequate protection against malware.

Don’t think you can just take your chances, because if you use cloud computing, it’s only a matter of time until the hackers catch up with you.

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It is possible to prevent malware in the cloud, and our latest educational guide tells you how.

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