Anti-malware providers and businesses need to join forces

According to author Raef Meeuwisse at #teissLondon2018, cyber security malware is advancing at an extortionate speed.

The latest threats are posed by crypto-jacking, the undetectable use of CPU capacity towards mining crypto-currencies; and fileless malware, infections that do not place any files on the hard drive and therefore cannot be detected. He explains how businesses have to pull their weight in the fight against malware and why acting quickly is key when a patch has been released.

Raef was speaking at the award-winning

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