Online computer security: Protecting yourself, your kids online, your computer, and more.

imageAt Microsoft, we take online safety very seriously. This spans across products, communications, education, awareness, and much more. To help people everywhere understand more about the potential threats that exist today, as well as steps you can take to help protect yourself, your family, your kids online, your computer security, and more, we have produced a collection of information resources that you can download and use.
Please utilize these electronic resources for your own use and share this information with anyone else that you think could benefit from these:
In addition to these downloads above, we have several online web pages available across a variety of subjects that you can utilize when it comes to computer security, online safety, and more. Here are some of them to check out:
I hope you find the resources above helpful to teach yourself and help educate others about computer security, data privacy, and online safety issues, prevention, and remediation. If you have any feedback on the items above (Did you find them helpful? What did you like the most? Were there things you did not know already that you learned? etc.), feel free to leave me a comment or two below letting me know.
Did you find this information helpful? If so, you may want to make sure you are utilizing all of the areas I share information online, such as: my Facebook page, my Twitter account, my Linkedin account, and my blog. Plus, you can now get all of the latest Microsoft Partner Information right on your phone!
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric Ligman – Follow me on TWITTER, LinkedIn, and RSS and see “What I’m thinking

Director, Worldwide Partner Experience

Microsoft Corporation

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