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Topic - Sharon Nelson
Porn in the federal workplace poses a security risk, giving computer viruses inroads to attack government servers.
"It's a big problem everywhere," said Sharon Nelson, president of Sensei Enterprises Inc., a computer forensics firm.
"Many of them are run by cybercriminals who are less interested in pornography than spreading the malware," she said. "If they give away free porn and they can inject malware, they can make a lot more money from the information they derive."