A public service announcement today.
But first, least that prove too routine, a quick joke you can play on your friends.
1) Call a friend
2) Say, "What did the big computer say to the little computer?"
3) Hit keys on your touch-tone phone at random, then hang up.
Anyhow, to business:
Dear PC World reader,
Security is one of the most persistent - and distracting - challenges we face. New threats proliferate daily. Staying abreast of the latest security developments is a must for any organisation that wants to protect its information, business continuity and brand.
With that in mind, Computerworld is hosting an IT Security Briefing that you, as a PC World reader, should find valuable. This essential half-day briefing will provide insights into both emerging threats and solutions for information security. A great line-up of researchers and IS security experts will provide their very latest thinking and findings to inform your security strategies.
The Computerworld IT Security Briefing is on May 29th in Auckland. For a full speaker programme or to register early to ensure your place is reserved, click here.
That's all folks. Don't forget to sign Paris's petition.