The answer to your question is "no" unless it is something that comes bundled with a corporate security suite that they already have.

I will take catch's general viewpoint on this (I think): In a corporate environment there should be no need for such software.

Spyware that comes from websites and e-mail etc. is the result of an inadequate security policy and/or one that is not enforced. Anything else should be blocked at the perimeter................hell, this stuff loads it makes registry entries , it alters files .......................what kind of shop are you running if you let that sort of thing happen at the desktop level with ordinary user authority levels?

If you let this stuff get in, you are compromised, end of story. You had better make sure that this does not happen on those parts of your network(s) where critical and confidential data are handled.

Of course I am referring to large corporate and institutional networks/users.