Families and firms urged to 'Get Safe Online'
The UK government is to launch an initiative next week urging all computer users to better understand the threats that lurk online and the measures they can take to protect themselves.
Speaking to silicon.com, Dr Steve Marsh from the Cabinet Office's Central Sponsor for Information Assurance, said 'Get Safe Online' is "a major initiative" and necessary in order to restore confidence among existing computer users but also to attract those who currently avoid the internet out of fear. Families and firms urged to 'Get Safe Online' - Security Strategy - Breaking Business and Technology News at silicon.com
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