Managing Malware in Higher Learning Institutions

  title={Managing Malware in Higher Learning Institutions},
  author={Zuraini Ismail and Christine Simfukwe},
  journal={2009 Second International Conference on Computer and Electrical Engineering},
"Malware" is an umbrella term that describes a variety of Internet-borne threats, including viruses, spyware,Trojan horses, spam, bots and more. This sophisticated and evolving security threat puts all businesses at risk, no matter how big or small. Malware creates unique challenges to Higher Learning Institutions (HLI) in protecting their information assets. This is largely due to the fact that HLI Information Technology (IT) departments must balance between enabling a highly collaborative… CONTINUE READING
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