Americans Have False Sense of PC Security
Computer users are in dire need of a "reality check" when it comes to home PC security, according to the National Cyber Security Alliance and security firm McAfee.
In a survey released today by McAfee and NCSA it was found that while 98 percent of computer users agree that having up-to-date security software is important, a significant portion of those same survey respondents are guilty of having home PC's with security software that is incomplete or dangerously out of date.
Today McAfee also announced 2008 editions of its security software products: McAfee Total Protection, McAfee Internet Security, and McAfee VirusScan Plus. Today @ PC World Americans Have False Sense of PC Security
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