Is Instant Messaging (IM) Threatening Your Company's Security?

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Instant messaging (IM) has become an increasingly popular tool in the workplace.

Chances are, your employees are chatting in real time, exchanging files, and conferencing—opening a security hole in your organization big enough to drive a truck through.

The fact is, IM is a primary pathway for malware infection, and can leave you with

  • infected or corrupted files;
  • loss of key data;
  • financial loss;
  • identity theft;
  • copyright infringements; and
  • compliance violations.

Don't wait for disaster to strike. And you don't have to ban a tool employees find extremely useful for getting their jobs done.

There is a way to use IM securely in the workplace—and you can find out how in Bullet-proofing Instant Messaging.

Learn how to protect yourself, your employees, and your company's integrity by blocking IM security threats.

Download your PDF copy of Bullet-proofing Instant Messaging today.


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