NASHVILLE, TN -- (Marketwire) -- 01/15/10 -- Guests from Wiley Publishing and ESET will appear on radio talk show Let's Talk Computers. Founded in 1807, Wiley Publishing, Inc. (NYSE: JWa) (NYSE: JW-b) provides must-have content to customers worldwide. ESET (http://www.eset.com) is a global security software company that provides integrated, real-time threat protection.
Andy Rathbone, author of "Windows 7 for Dummies," continues this series of interviews that deal with questions that help us get up and running quickly with this new operating system.
Randy Abrams, Director of Technical Education with ESET, talks about "Why Education is the Key to Safe Web Surfing and how we can best Protect ourselves from Internet Threats."
To find out more about "Why Education is The Key to Safe Web Surfing and How We Can Best Protect Ourselves From Internet Threats," and to read a complete transcript of this interview go to: http://www.eset.com/ltc_interviews/january_16_2010/
Listen to the interviews at:
Wiley Publishing http://www.lets-talk-computers.com/guests/wiley/windows_7_dummies_c
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