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JustAskGemalto.com Launches Weekly Digital Security Video SeriesDigital Security Expert Videos to Debut on JustAskGemalto's YouTube Channel (November 13, 2009)
AUSTIN, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 11/13/09 -- JustAskGemalto today announced the launch of a Digital Security Expert Video Series on their YouTube channel. A new video will be introduced every Friday. Captured during October's National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), JustAskGemalto's Digital Security Expert Video Series will run through the month of November and into the holiday shopping season. The series is aimed at increasing digital security awareness, education, and participation among consumers who are living an increasingly digital lifestyle.
In a recent address on National Cyber Security Awareness Month President Obama highlighted, "Our digital networks are critical to our national security, military superiority, and public safety, but that dependence makes us vulnerable to cyber attacks by those who would do us harm." JustAskGemalto.com's Brittany Jedrzejewski agrees, "We are glad we could bring together a well-respected group of digital security experts to address such an important topic with information that will benefit those incorporating the online world into their daily routine."
Details of the JustAskGemalto Expert Video Series
- The series strives to keep cyber security awareness heightened through the nation's heaviest shopping day, Black Friday as well as Cyber Monday
- Topics of discussion include botnets, malware, security software scams, managing security on social networks and many more
- Documentary style interviews with cyber security experts including participants from Amazon, Computerworld, CrunchGear, MSNBC, National Cyber Security Alliance, PC Magazine, and USA Today
- The Digital Security Expert Video Series can be viewed at http://www.youtube.com/user/JustAskGemalto#p/u/0/P0_iiX6kAH0
- "There's plenty of pain now with cyber criminals attacking both individuals' computers and corporations' databases intensively and more intensively each month that goes by," states Byron Acohido, Internet security reporter with USA Today.
- Steve Riley, Information Security and Cloud Computing for Amazon Web Services, points out the ease with which "bad guys create Web sites that look almost exactly like the site that you want to try and go to."
- "One of the big questions out there for mobile security is 'what's going to happen in terms of mobile viruses?'" asks Sasha Segan, managing editor, Mobile, of PC Magazine.
- Prime Time for Cybersecurity -- BankInfoSecurity.com, Eric Chabrow
- How do you stay safe on social media Web sites? -- StaySafeOnline.org, Brittany Jedrzejewski
- Facebook users targeted by Zeus banking Trojan -- ZDNet.com, Elinor Mills
- Security Fix Live -- Washington Post, Brian Krebs
We use electronic devices on a frequent, if not daily basis -- our PC or Mac, BlackBerry, iPhone, cell phone, epassport, credit card, and employee badge. They bring us freedom and convenience and we depend on these devices to carry and exchange our personal information. Along with this freedom comes the responsibility to safeguard our identity, personal data and financial transactions. www.JustAskGemalto.com answers consumer questions about how to better enjoy the conveniences of the digital world and how to secure one's digital identity and information while surfing, buying, traveling and communicating.
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