BYOD raises risk of malware infection, Cisco finds

02/4/2013 | ITProPortal.com (U.K.)

Computer users are more likely to pick up a damaging piece of malware while browsing search engines and retail shopping sites than through the online gambling and adult content sites typically seen as repositories for malicious code. That's according to Cisco's 2013 Annual Security Report, which found online advertisements are teeming with potential threats and consumers who use their mobile devices for both personal and work-related activities face an increased risk of infection.

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