Do Your Trust Your Internet Security? EZ Trust/CA Antivirus Security Review

CA Antivirus and Security Suite is one of the up and coming personal and business computer software systems. You may choose from a full suite of services or individual services. Free trial products include scans and antivirus protection. Read more for prices, information and a review of this reasonable priced and very effective antivirus system.

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Will Computer Viruses Get Stopped at Your Computer’s Checkpoint

Check Point is the latest in antivirus protection that is efficient, inexpensive, easy to use and rates highly with Consumer Reports. Read more to learn how this anti virus suite including antispywyare, rootkit detection, and firewall protection, can protect your computer, your information and maybe even your identity.

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Georgia’s Credit Freeze is No Breeze

According to the Federal Trade Commission, about 15% of identity theft cases involve new account fraud. If at risk consumers can put a freeze on their credit, they can make it very difficult for would be identity thieves to open new accounts in using their identity. FInd out about a new law in Georgia and what it does about identity theft.

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Is Your Identity Really Safe in the Hands of Government & Businesses

Consumers can take many security precautions to protect themselves from identity theft, but what happens when businesses, service providers and even the Federal government doesn’t?

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Leading States for Identity Theft and What Texas is Doing about It

See what efforts the states with the highest incidents of identity theft are taking to protect, prevent and help their residents recover from identity theft ….and find out which state leads the way.

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