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Download New Secureview Magazine Free From Kaspersky

In a previous article we have talked about the free security magazine SECUREVIEW from Kaspersky Lab which brings latest development and exciting discoveries in the field of IT Security. The magazine is quite interesting and informative to read and a handy guide for all who want to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in computer security.

The latest edition covers the following subjects:

  1. Breakthroughs and trends in the IT security industry
  2. Desperate Jailbreakers: Is it actually safe to jailbreak an iPhone?
  3. Businesses under attack: Everything you should know about corporate threats
  4. Artificial intelligence in the realm of IT security and many other interesting security related subjects.

Interested readers can download (pdf) SECUREVIEW free at source.


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