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31, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Internet Education Foundation (IEF) today announced the launch of "Net Safety Tips On The Go" (Net Safety Tips OTG), the first-ever digital safety and security advice app for wireless users.
According to the Internet Education Foundation, 60 percent of consumers keep confidential business information or client data on handheld devices and half of wireless network users leave their doors "wide open," which could leave unsecured business data vulnerable.
Danielle Yates, communications director for The Internet Education Foundation, explains, "Teens just don't realize the 14-year-old they're supposedly talking to could just as easily be a 40-year-old man.
Dell last year launched a Consumer Spyware Initiative with the Internet Education Foundation as part of a broader security initiative.
He is a member of the boards of Connected Nation, the Internet Education Foundation, and the Family Online Safety Institute.
To better arm consumers in the battle against spyware, the Internet Education Foundation (IEF) and Dell, Inc.
The discussion roundtable, will be moderated by Tim Lordan, executive director of the Internet Education Foundation, and panelists will include Marsali Hancock, president, Internet Keep Safe Coalition; Marian Merritt, Internet safety advocate, Symantec; and Rudi Vansnick, president/CEO, Internet Society Belgium and Treasurer ISOC-ECC, Barcelona Spain.
WASHINGTON -- Though more than 90 percent of computers in the United States have some form of spyware on their computers(a), the majority don't know how to identify or combat the online menace, according to a survey released today by the Internet Education Foundation (IEF) and Dell (NASDAQ:DELL).