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Less porn-surfing corporate bosses, more execs taking phishing bait to infect networks

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    ThreatTrack Security wanted to know the challenges facing malware analysts dealing with cyber threats as compared to the challenges two years ago. So the company had Opinion Matters conduct an independent blind survey of 207 security professionals dealing with malware analysis in the U.S. While the findings are not all sunshine and chocolate, only 11% said they investigated a data breach that was not disclosed to customers; 57% claimed the same back in 2013. Another piece of good news, fewer security analysts need to purge malware as a result of a corporation senior leadership member visiting a porn site. In 2013, 40% of malware infections came from porn-surfing corporate bosses compared to 26% two years later.

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