Security Company Offers Program for Identity Theft Victims
StrikeForce Technologies wants cyber-crime victims to share their stories and try out a copy of GuardedID, the company's answer to preventing identity theft by keyloggers.A New Jersey-based company specializing in the prevention of identity theft wants victims of the crime to participate in a free consumer education program. StrikeForce Technologies wants victims to share their stories and try out a copy of GuardedID, the companys answer to preventing identity theft by keyloggers. "We want to bring the huge problem of online identity theft to the forefront to protect people from cyber-criminals who are using very clever methods to secretly install their keylogging software on PCs to steal credit and banking information from citizens," said George Waller, EVP of StrikeForce Technologies, in a statement. "This education program will reward and protect victims of identity theft with a one-year free license of GuardedID to give them the peace of mind knowing they can now bank, shop, e-mail and browse online because GuardedID is protecting their online activities."
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