Potentially Unwanted Programs: Spyware and Adware

Potentially Unwanted Programs: Spyware and Adware

With the increase of potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) such as adware, malware and hacker tools, the security of your organization's computer network is being increasingly compromised in terms of its privacy and security. Undetected and rampant PUPs can weaken security, consume your resources and drain the productivity of your workforce.

Read this white paper to learn about:

  • How PUPs enter your computer network and how they work at compromising it's security
  • Overcoming the risks associated with PUPs, including weakened security, intellectual property theft, legal consequences and others
  • How to effectively protect yourself against PUPs
  • And much more

To learn more about PUPs and how they can affect your company, read this white paper today.
McAfee, Inc.
27 Mar 2007
01 Oct 2005
12 Page(s)
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