Sophos senior technology consultant Graham Cluley discusses the
latest internet threats.
Sophos, a world leader in IT security and control, today
announced that it has published a new podcast
discussing the Sophos Security Threat Report for the first six
months of 2007.
This week Sophos experts released their detailed report into the
top malware threats, the latest trends in cybercrime, the record
number of web-borne attacks, and other topics such as the rise of
In the podcast, Graham Cluley, senior
technology consultant at Sophos, is interviewed by Carole Theriault
about the Sophos
Security Threat Report July 2007 and explores the latest
tactics that are being used by virus writers and spammers to make
money out of innocent users. The podcast also discusses threats
that companies can expect to see more of during the rest of the
"Sophos's threat report is essential reading for security
professionals interested in protecting their businesses against the
latest internet threats," said Carole Theriault, host of
the Sophos podcast. "This podcast highlights some of the findings
of the report, including the relentless rise of web-based malware,
how spammers are evolving their techniques to try and avoid email
gateway filters, and predictions of what may be around the
All Sophos podcasts are available for download at www.sophos.com/podcasts. Previous podcasts have
covered topics such as image spam, phishing, Microsoft Windows
Vista, zero-day threats, managed appliances, corporate security
policies, network access control, web threats, and rootkits.
Sophos is headquartered in Boston, US and Oxford, UK. More information is available at www.sophos.com.