(PRWEB) May 28, 2004
You don't even see it coming! Your business is doing well, your employees contented. Then out of the blue you start getting calls from your customers accusing you of leaking their private information.
Suddenly your income slows to a trickle!
Never happen to you? "Think again" says Grey McKenzie founder of http://www.spycop.com.
"We deal with hundreds of companies every week who find keyloggers, password recorders and email recorders running rampant on their networks.
Many times installed by current or ex-employees or even competitors. We can hardly keep up with the calls ".
With high tech crime on the rise and commercially available spy software use at epidemic levels, why don't we hear more about this problem?
"Simple" says McKenzie. "Almost all of the companies we deal with, keep a tight lid on letting anyone know their computer network has been compromised.
Finding this type of spyware on your system is the last thing you want your customers to know about.
Whatever the cost, don't let the media find out, these business owners cry!
News like this can cripple your business overnight and find you fighting lawsuits into the next millennium."
According to Kevin Miles, one of the founders of SpyCop, "Really, the only defense against this type of spyware is regular scanning of your computer network with a spy software scanner.
Just like you would check for viruses.
Be sure you get a spy software scanner that specifically targets commercially available spy software and not just an adware scanner. There's a huge difference."
SpyCop has just launched their hybrid corporate surveillance software scanner for ease of use in a network environment.
New SpyCop Features:
-Scans more than 2 times faster than previous versions.
-Can be configured to dispatch an automatic email message with the computer's LAN ID and username to an administrator.
-Email contains a list of spies found and where.
-User definable file exclusion list.
-Quarantine w/rollback feature.
- Stealth mode to deter interference from spy software programs and much more.
For more information on how businesses can prepare and be ready to defend themselves, visit http://www.spycop.com or call SpyCop at 850-277-0402.