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Website dedicated to safer surfing supported by ISAF

Information Security Awareness Forum : 12 November, 2008  (Company News)
The Information Security Awareness Forum has chosen to provide its backing to the development of web site designed to inform users on all issues regarding safer surfing
The Information Security Awareness Forum (ISAF) announces its support of the SurfingSafer website.

The SurfingSafer website provides an increasingly comprehensive set of user reviews of security products designed to make surfing safer. Such a valuable resource provides a critically important service to users and small businesses alike by promoting and improving information security, in line with the core objectives of the ISAF.

Commenting on the support of the ISAF, its chairman Dr David King said:
"The site is easy to use and contains valuable and practical information on security products, aimed at individuals and small businesses. Using the internet safely requires all of us to be careful, and an important part of being careful is deploying the appropriate security solutions on our computers. This site helps us make the technology choices that we need to make, in order to be safe online."


Founding members of the forum include ASIS International , the BCS, CMA, the Cybersecurity Knowledge Transfer Network, eema, EURIM, Get Safe Online, IAAC, the Information Technologists' Company, Infosecurity Europe, the Institute for the Management of Information Systems (IMIS), the Institution of Engineering and Technology , the International Underwriting Association of London (IUA), ISACA, (ISC)², ISF, ISSA, the Institute of Information Security Professionals, the Jericho Forum, the National Computing Centre, the National e-Crime Prevention Centre (NeCPC), the Police Central e-Crime Unit, and SASIG.
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