The malware becomes a critical problem for the company

According to a recent study by security company Check Point referred to the 2015 malware it is becoming a problem for the company. According to data analyzed by these companies increased malware has been so important that 83% of the organizations surveyed were infected with bots in 2014, allowing constant communication and data exchange between robots and domain servers control.

This regard to the desktops, but also on mobile devices there is a security breach important. These teams increasingly more enterprise resource access, data, etc. that often are treated in the same way as would a smartphone for personal use.
he kidnapping of data , by Crytolocker or Ransomware malware

Other problems that have faced the company are data loss, often associated not only with a problem that makes the retrieval of information, but mainly by the exit of employees of the company that the information they get along with them by various means.

The applications in the shade, those that are not maintained or authorized by the IT department, but nevertheless are installed in many team are also a problem, as well as source of infection to data loss through control applications remote or virtual hard disks.

Finally, one of the problems that has affected significantly to business is the kidnapping of data , by Crytolocker or Ransomware type malware as well as CTB Locker malware which exploits the user’s trust in a recipient to execute a file infected. The result is a series of encrypted files, all it finds in shared folders on the network, for which decryption requires a certain amount of money, but the fact is that the payment does not ensure retrieve files.

In my opinion some of the problems are due to lack of investment and policy easing in the crisis years. Safety is a fairly thankless subject that requires attention, testing, time and cost that many do not want to assume. But other is a matter of training and care workers, who in many cases they turn away from these issues.