Safeguarding your inbox

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Safeguarding your inbox

Jill Cherveny-Keough never lowers her defenses. When she receives unsolicited email from an unknown source, Cherveny-Keough assumes it contains a worm, virus or verbiage that will attempt to collect and hijack her personal information.

"You can never be too cautious these days," says Cherveny-Keough, director of academic computing at New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) in Old Westbury, N.Y. "Even if you implement the latest security solutions, you still need to educate everyone about current and emerging risks." NYIT, a ...

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