5 Things You (or Your Customers) Can Buy for the Cost of Malware5 Things You (or Your Customers) Can Buy for the Cost of Malware
Chicago-based managed service provider (MSP) Trustwave this week released an infographic that shows malware kits can cost as little as $200 on the black market.
July 25, 2014
Chicago-based managed service provider (MSP) Trustwave this week released an infographic that shows malware can cost as little as $200 on the black market.
Trustwave also found even cheap malware can be problematic for businesses.
"Despite their affordability, these malicious tools can be quite effective, and your business could be the next victim," Trustwave Media Relations Manager Abby Ross wrote in a blog post. "That's why it's critical to shore up your anti-malware defenses to help protect your valuable information."
What malware do business owners need to know about? And how much do these malicious tools cost? Be sure to share these with your customers.
Here's a closer look at five things you can buy for the cost of malware.
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