(PRWEB) June 09, 2016 -- The event is free and open to the media, customers, and the general public. At the end of the webinar Chris will reveal exclusive facts about previously unknown data leaks. The online session will take place on June 18th at 02:00 pm ET time. To register for the webinar, please follow this link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/9145739194178837252
MacKeeper has previously conducted 3 seasons of educational webinars for their customers with over 2,000 participants from all around the world. During these webinars MacKeeper users learned how to protect their files, how to keep Mac OS systems clean and secure, and how to recover their Macs if they get lost or stolen.
“Since MacKeeper has launched the Security Research Center with Chris Vickery, dozens of vulnerable databases with sensitive data have been discovered. As a rule, most people trust companies and services by providing their personal details or uploading sensitive information. You can learn more about this case from the latest Chris’ interview with BBC,” says Bob Dyachenko, MacKeeper spokesman.
“That’s why we have decided to conduct the 10th webinar dedicated to online data protection. We will show possible threats that everyone may face online while keeping their data unsecure. We think this is valuable information to know whether you are an individual user or a small business owner,” says Bob Dyachenko.
MacKeeper welcomes members of the media, business owners, and the general public to their 10th webinar on June 18 at 02:00 pm ET time. Participants will get exclusive details about previously unknown data leaks and much more. To register for the webinar, please follow this link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/9145739194178837252.
Please note that the number of webinar attendees for this event is limited to 300. Registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
About MacKeeper Security Research Center
In early 2016, MacKeeper announced the launch of the Analytical and Security Center headed by the white-hat security researcher Chris Vickery, who had previously found the unprotected data and customer records of Hello Kitty, MLB, ATP, and Slipknot official online communities. Now Chris maintains his own security blog Security Watch with Chris Vickery where he exclusively reports new security and data breaches as well as gives his personal recommendations on how companies and individuals can protect themselves.
Find out more: https://mackeeper.com/blog/category/10
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