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Staying Safe From Cyber Attack
March 31, 2015   
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Krzysztof Wójtowicz, Country Manager of Check Point Software Technologies in Poland, talks to The Warsaw Voice.

The Check Point 2014-Security Report shows that 84 percent of enterprises analyzed in 2013 downloaded infected documents and were attacked by computer viruses. Does this mean that the risk of data breach is greater every year?
Enterprises need more effective protection against such attacks. What the need to do is become more aware of external threats and understand that every document needs to be protected. This can be achieved with Threat Extraction from Check Point, a total security solution for corporate documents with a file recovery system that extracts and removes potentially harmful components from files. Documents processed by the system are guaranteed to be 100-percent safe. Threat Extraction from Check Point protects organizations from all threats, both common and unknown ones.

What does Threat Extraction do exactly?
Traditional software scans documents for malware in order to remove it, but absolute security cannot be guaranteed that way. You are 100-percent safe only when potentially dangerous elements are removed from documents as a precaution. The new and revolutionary technology used in Check Point’s Threat Extraction ensures 100-percent network security, as it only allows secure documents in your network. You need to remember that cyber-crime costs the global economy an estimated $375-575 billion a year, which in 2014 averaged $3 million per company. In other words, the price that enterprises around the world pay for cyber attacks grew 34 percent last year.
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