Jon Oltsik, senior principal analyst at market-research firm Enterprise Strategy Group, puts the number of individual consumers running antivirus software in the "65% to 70% adoption range."
...“The bad guys are really good at tweaking their software just a little bit to convince antivirus products that malware is actually benign and safe to let through,” says Mr. Oltsik. “Vendors are generally good at updating, but the cybercrime underground is getting better at writing very specific attacks that are harder to stop.”
Groundbreaking research-based discussion exploring the complexities and nuances of modern security analytics and operations recorded on Wednesday, July 19th with analysts Jon Oltsik and Doug Cahill.
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