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Guidelines for Using Software
A wide range of software can provide tools for ensuring information security.
Handling Malware Outbreak
Given that attackers are now moving away from attacks that are merely a nuisance or destructive towards activity that is motivated by financial gain, malicious code attacks have become more sophisticated and a significant concern to organisations.
Proper Use of the Internet
The Internet is now more than just an information source or research tool. It provides a great deal of opportunities for us to work, transact, communicate, learn and play.
Patching Operating System
From time to time, software bugs are discovered in applications running on your PC. Software vendors will then release one or more 'patches' to fix the weaknesses. At the same time, hackers can take advantage of these weaknesses to attack the unpatched PCs.
Protecting against Malware
The best practices can protect your computer(s) more effectively against malware attacks
Malware
Malicious code refers to computer viruses, worms, spyware, Trojan Horses and other undesirable software. Attack made by using such software is to cause disruption either by deleting files, sending emails, or rendering the host system inoperable.