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Happy Computer Security Day 2015!

ransomware-virusDo you know what day is today? It’s November 30th and it’s the Day of Computer Security!

This annual celebration is dedicated not only to computer geeks and professionals but to all PC users around the Web. The initiative was started in 1988 by the US Association for Computer Security Day. The idea of the annual event is to bring to everyone’s attention security-related issues that affect the data processing machines we all love and can’t live without.

November 30th is the perfect day to think about the safety of your favorite machine. Why? Because the more secure your computer is, the more protected your identity is as well.


Proper commemorations of this special occasion include reviewing the current state of your personal machine and filling the security gaps wherever needed. Start by simply answering several questions:

  • Is my software frequently updated?
  • Is my operating system legit and intact?
  • Is the trial version of my AV program over?

Well, we know that you’re quite informed about all the cyber threats that can turn you into a victim in less than 15 seconds. We all have friends of friends that have been attacked by ransomware.


Sometimes knowing is not enough, though. There is a huge difference between knowledge in theory and practice. The Day of Computer Security shall serve to reboot our online habits and make them more tech-savvy and secure!

If your machine passes the test with an A, grab the PC of a friend and spread the word. Happy Computer Security Day to our readers and beyond! Let’s stay protected together :)

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Milena Dimitrova

An inspired writer and content manager who has been with SensorsTechForum since the project started. A professional with 10+ years of experience in creating engaging content. Focused on user privacy and malware development, she strongly believes in a world where cybersecurity plays a central role. If common sense makes no sense, she will be there to take notes. Those notes may later turn into articles! Follow Milena @Milenyim

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