What’s Polluting Your Digital World?
01 Jun 2010
WOBURN, MA - June 17, 2010 - Digital Pollution is the cyber-junk that gets in the way of your online life. Protection and education are the keys to plowing through all the clutter so you can enjoy online freedom. Plus, who doesn't want to win an iPad? Participate in Kaspersky Lab's Digital Pollution survey by July 1, 2010, and be entered to win one of three Apple iPads. Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of Internet threat management solutions that protect against all forms of malicious software, wants to help fight Digital Pollution and we think you can help.
Every day, our lab detects more than 30,000 new digital threats and all are created with the primary objective of stealing your financial and personal data, hijacking your identity, deleting your stuff, or generally messing with your computing life. Even on the days you don't encounter Digital Pollution, you still need to be concerned. The last thing we need is more stress in our lives!
Participants can visit http://usa.kaspersky.com/threats1/digital-pollution-survey to complete the survey. After participants have completed the survey, they can enter to win one of three new iPads.
Visit Kaspersky Lab Americas Facebook page to learn more about Digital Pollution and ways to steer clear of the threats that invade our daily lives online.
About Kaspersky Lab
Kaspersky Lab is the world's largest privately-held Internet Security company, providing comprehensive protection against all forms of IT threats such as viruses, spyware, hackers and spam. The company's products provide in-depth defense at work, at home and on the road for home and mobile users, and businesses of all sizes, protecting more than 300 million systems around the globe. Kaspersky technology is also incorporated inside the products and services of approximately 100 of the industry's leading IT, networking, communications and applications solution vendors. For further information about the company, please visit http://www.kaspersky.com/. Follow @Kaspersky on Twitter. For the latest in-depth information on security threat issues and trends, please visit http://www.securelist.com/. Follow @Securelist on Twitter.