Good afternoon, I would appreciate some help with virus protection for a business. We have roughly 45 users, each with their own PC running either XP, Vista or 7 (we anticipate switching most users to 7 by the end of the year). A colleague recently had an issue with her bank, whereby someone stole her personal detail from her PC at work, this was confirmed after scanning it with Malwarebytes and it finding a trojan that did just that. Our IT is very outdated. The PCs have not had Windows updates since 07/08. Our IT 'experts', which is outsourced, have said that the best thing for us to do is keep it in house, as they would charge a lot to implement this for us. I have no issue carrying out the necessary work on each PC, but would like information beforehand. I know that Techspot is a place I can come to, to get information that helps me. I know that I cannot simply download the home user version of MB on each PC and rely on that entirely. So it is likely we will purchase sufficient licensing for MB for the whole company. In your expert opinions, would it be sufficient for me to personally go around to each PC, install Windows updates and to have MB running on the system and have it scheduled to update/run every day? Our outsourced IT company deal with our server firewall and virus protection and suggested running MB on the affected machine. Aside from this they run McAffee, which is not updated nor run frequently on every machine. OR are there other programmes out there I should use, instead of MB? Something suited for a business, perhaps that has a control panel I can access on my PC and ensure force updates on users and scans? Is this too far fetched?! Your help is much appreciated, as it is helping me. Thank You.