Podcast: Security trends and predictions for 2008

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Graham Cluley discusses the findings in the Sophos Security Threat Report 2008

Download the reportIT security and control firm Sophos today announced the availability of a new podcast discussing the Sophos Security Threat Report 2008.

Sophos recently released its detailed report highlighting top malware and web threats, the latest trends in cybercrime and other topics such as which countries are relaying most spam, and whether cyberwarfare is a real threat.

In the podcast, Graham Cluley, senior technology consultant at Sophos, is interviewed by Carole Theriault about the latest report, and explains which method of infection is proving most popular amongst cybercriminals. Cluley also discusses how malware is no longer just a Microsoft problem - threats are presenting a risk on non-Microsoft platforms too, including Wi-Fi devices.

"Whether you're a network administrator or a CIO, you need to keep abreast of the security threats likely to be posing a problem in 2008," said Carole Theriault, host of Sophos podcasts. "This podcast and Sophos's Security Threat Report are essential aids in helping you understand the threat posed by the internet today."


About Sophos

Sophos enables enterprises all over the world to secure and control their IT infrastructure. Sophos's network access control, endpoint, web and email solutions simplify security to provide integrated defenses against malware, spyware, intrusions, unwanted applications, spam, policy abuse, data leakage and compliance drift. With over 20 years of experience, Sophos protects over 100 million users in nearly 150 countries with its reliably engineered security solutions and services. Recognized for its high level of customer satisfaction and powerful yet easy-to-use solutions, Sophos has received many industry awards, as well as positive reviews and certifications.

Sophos is headquartered in Boston, US and Oxford, UK.

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