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How to Stop Viruses and Malware

Business speakers and technology futurists often opine on trends that will change the world in coming years. But sometimes, it pays to keep your eyes on the here and now as well as the future, as the ever-growing tidal wave of viruses, spam and online security threats headed our way constantly reminds. That’s why when our friends at ESET anti-virus solutions reached out asking for a few hints, tips and pieces of advice on how to detect and remove online threats from your Mac or PC, we didn’t hesitate to hop on-camera and share some insights with viewers.

In one of a running series of videos (see below), we team up with other business speakers to take a deeper look at how you can find out if your computer is infected with viruses, trojans, malware or other threats, and how you can safely remove these concerns. As you might imagine, the process isn’t as difficult as it sounds, provided you’ve got some time and patience on your hands, as well as access to the latest software tools and online apps. It’s a quick watch for anyone looking to get some actionable advice on what they can do to bring their PC or Mac back to life from the brink of disaster, and outlines several steps you can take to spot threats before they become pressing issues.

For more information of how to prevent viruses from affecting your computer, or mobile devices such as Apple and Android tablets or smartphones, you can also check out the rest of the series free online. Available at EnjoySaferInternet.com, it provides some useful information that users of all skill levels can tap into to prevent security threats from becoming an issue. We sincerely hope you’ll enjoy it, and pass the information along – after all, as much as we talk about the importance of sharing in our presentations, we’re not referring to show-stopping bugs.

 

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