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Legacy Virus': How Not to Get Duped by Old Bugs #IMVC17

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As research has proved, old malware and viruses continue to be a prevalent pest for businesses.. Why do old bugs and legacy virus’ continue to be a problem for businesses years after they are supposed to have ended, or been sinkholed? And who is controlling them?

This session will question the advancement of defence tactics in light of the persistent threats.

  • Has security ever advanced if such malware continues to persist?
  • Why do the likes of Zeus and Conficker continue to bother businesses, years after they were supposed to have been defeated?
  • What threats can old bugs legitimately pose?

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