"Protecting Linux servers is now just as vital as protecting Windows PCs, since Linux systems are increasingly used to serve information in formats such as files or web pages to Windows clients. Although the majority of threats target Windows, threats can use insufficiently protected Linux machines as a vector into an organisation's network, allowing cyber-criminals to gain access and steal information or cause further damage," says Brett Myroff, CEO of South African Sophos distributor, Netxactics.
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