The Threat Landscape in the Middle East and Southwest Asia – Relatively High

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    https://blogs.technet.com/b/securit...-malware-infection-rates.aspx?Redirected=true
     
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    http://blogs.technet.com/b/security...-relatively-high-malware-encounter-rates.aspx
     
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    Re: The Threat Landscape in the Middle East and Southwest Asia – Part 1: Relatively High

    Very interesting. I was in Qatar some months ago and actually I experienced that many big Qatari companies do not allow the use of any memory stick on their computers.
    I had some documents to share and actually the guys told me that they had to hand over this USB drive to their IT dept. for proper scanning and only afterwards they could be authorized to use it.

    Also Emails (especially with attachments) are sometimes tricky: it's very easy to get emails blocked by their firewalls...at the end I was able to write to a guy only with Whatsapp..:D (which is far less secure than emails maybe...:D )
     
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