Top 10 Sources of Intrusions - October 2009

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Simon Heron provides a list of the top 10 sources of intrusions, taken from Network Box's report on Globalization of Malware Production.

This table lists the top 10 sources of intrusions and comes from Network Box's report on Globalization of Malware Production. For more information on network security, check out the articles and analysis on Network Security Edge.

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Simon is an Internet Security Analyst for Network Box (UK) Ltd, a unified threat management company. He has more than 19 years of experience in the IT industry, including eight years of experience in Internet security.

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