|By Katharine Hadow||
|October 15, 2009 12:23 PM EDT||
Defend my PC against malware," is not on most people's list of favorite activities. Yet, it is important, both to protect individuals and to prevent the spread of malware. During National Cybersecurity Month, Comodo is educating the public about the need for protective software with its new video "Intervention: Laptop."
The video pays homage to the popular A&E Television series "Intervention," which portrays people whose lives are on a downward spiral, and the redemption of the people who care about them. In this case "Laptop" is infected with malware, and the experts step in.
"We make the point any way we can," said Melih Abdulhayoglu, CEO of Comodo. "This parody is funny. We hope its humorous approach grabs viewers' attention and convinces them to install antivirus and firewall software."
Comodo Security Solutions, Inc. creates trust online by securing the PCs of millions of Internet users worldwide. The company's award-winning firewall and antivirus software are available as the Comodo Internet Security suite at no charge, in order to protect every PC from malware.
Comodo Internet Security suite's revolutionary Default Deny Protection™ protects computers from online threats with unprecedented ease and security.
The Comodo companies secure and authenticate online transactions and communications for over 200,000 business customers and has over 15,000,000 installations of desktop security products.
See the video Intervention: Laptop
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