The Digital Daily news service
July 01, 2008
The Korea Communications Commission and the Korea Information Security
Agency are going to offer as many as 147 social welfare centers
information security service in partnership with college information
security clubs and disabled welfare organizations.
Under the plan, they will offer socially marginalized people, including
the handicapped, information security trainings and check their computer
security check services; - install Windows security patches and service
packs on their computers; - install vaccine programs and eliminate
spywares; - manage Windows accounts and passwords; - set security for
shared folders; - set and check web browser security.
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