Security professionals, analysts, journalists and people in the pub: there's a vocal minority in all those groups which likes to be heard to say, "Anti-virus isn't good enough for today's threats."
They don't need to propose an alternative in order to get a look-in: the claim itself is bold enough to muster plenty of attention.
But is it true? Are you wasting your time with a modern anti-virus?
Is the anti-virus glass really half-empty?
Or is this sort of dismissive criticism the result of the ill-informed presumptions made by a few influential observers whose understanding of "anti-virus" is rooted back in 1986?
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