Wednesday, November 18, 2009

SafeCentral: New York Times article says it "protects users even if there’s malware on the computer"

A few weeks ago I demonstrated SafeCentral to Riva Richmond of the New York Times. She wrote an article appears in Friday's New York Times covering a "new breed of products" that address online identity fraud. The article features SafeCentral alongside other new services that directly address online threats to our identities and bank accounts. Riva Richmond points out that traditional tools like antivirus are struggling to keep up with the flood of high-tech crimeware that invades our computers to install keyloggers or conduct automated phishing.

This article is not an online holiday shopping scare fest. It provides helpful information on tools consumers can use to proactively protect themselves and remain safe and happy through the new year.

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