Sophos outlines threat landscape for 2011

Stuart Sumner
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Social media, Windows 7 and the iPad are all set to suffer increasing cyber attacks in 2011

The UK has climbed the global malware-hosting league, from 10th to sixth place, according to the 2011 threat report from security firm Sophos. The report also reveals that while the US continues...

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