Lets's Talk Computers - ESET  January 16, 2010
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Interview on January 16, 2010
Why Education is The Key to Safe Web Surfing     Guest: Randy Abrams
ESET <http://www.eset.com> is a global security software company that provides integrated, real-time threat protection.

Randy Abrams, Director of Technical Education with ESET, talks about "Why Education is the Key to Safe Web Surfing and how we can best Protect ourselves from Internet Threats." <br><br> To find out "Why Education is The Key to Safe Web Surfing and how we can best protect ourselves from internet threats." and to read the complete transcript of this interview go to:<br> http://www.eset.com/ltc_interviews/january_16_2010/ <br><br>
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