Detect Spyware OnlineWritten by Gary Gresham
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It is estimated that 9 out of 10 computers have spyware, adware or both somewhere in files. Even though this is a serious Internet privacy problem, you can do something about it. There are free spyware cleaners you can use to clean these malicious files out of your computer. If you use one of these free spyware cleaners, make sure after you download you update to latest version so you can clean as much spyware out of your computer as possible. After you scan your computer with a free spyware cleaners it's recommended you purchase spyware software from a reputable manufacturer. The software puts up an anti spyware shield for your computer. Professional spyware software not only removes spyware but stops spyware from getting in your files in first place. The best way to protect your personal information as well as your computer is to detect spyware online and use best spyware protection software you can find because your Internet security is at stake. Copyright © 2005 Spyware Information.com All Rights Reserved
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Why Join the Information System Security Association? Written by R. Elam
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Discounts on events, seminars and training is another benefit of an ISSA member. For example, we are having a local Security+ training that will be held this Saturday at Colorado Technical University and in May there will is SANS Rocky Mountain 2005 - Immersion Training which gives a price cut to all members. In my opinion, best thing about ISSA is ability to network with like minded Information Security professionals. In local ISSA Chapter there is a meeting once a month with seminars and meetings that include speakers like Phil Zimmerman, creator of PGP and representatives from companies like 3Comís, TippingPoint.
If you are an information security professional, you should definitely sign up. Membership is free for 90 days to give you feel for association (attend a meeting with your 90-day membership). It is $99.00 a year for ISSA membership and an additional $25.00 for Colorado Springs ISSA division (each local chapter has its own annual fee). Donít be like me and wait a year to join. The networking is worth your weight in gold or at least 300K/year in an exotic location.
Join at www.ISSA.org For more contacts to online information security professional community visit my blog at: http://elamb.blogharbor.com
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