Lets's Talk Computers - ESET  October 22, 2011
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Interview on October 22, 2011
How to protect from Malicious Attacks     Guest: Randy Abrams
ESET is a global security software company that provides integrated, real-time threat protection.

Randy Abrams, Director of Technical Education with ESET, discusses why being attached to the Internet, by using broadband, can mean that your computer systems are even more vulnerable to malware attacks and what can be done to protect our computers and our identities from malicious attacks. To find out “Why Always Connected – Broadband Connections Need Maximum Protection and What We Can Do To Protect Ourselves and Our Computers”,” and to read a complete transcript of this interview go to: http://www.eset.com/ltc_interviews/october_22_2011/
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