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TODAY SPECIAL Kevin Mitnick On Home Shopping Network

Author: Stu Sjouwerman via KnowBe4.com
Publish Date: Feb 2 2013
February 2, 20013 – Today, Kevin Mitnick is part of Home Shopping Network’s TODAY SPECIAL!

“Kevin partnered with KnowBe4 to create security awareness training for employees in an enterprise environment which quickly became a best seller. But when we asked employees who had done the training what they thought about it, they said they had learned a lot and that the Internet was scarier than they thought. The next thing that they immediately asked was: “How do I share this with my family?” That is why we created Internet security training for families. And when we showed it to GFI – the company behind the famous VIPRE Antivirus – they immediately said they wanted to bundle it with VIPRE and sell it on Home Shopping Network. And today is the day!”


TODAY SPECIAL Kevin Mitnick On Home Shopping Network

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“And I have to be honest, this is a killer deal. As you see on the picture above, for $89.95 they sell 5 LIFETIME licenses of VIPRE antivirus, combined with 5 LIFETIME licenses of their registry cleaner and to top it all off, 5 licenses of VIPRE Internet Security Training by Kevin Mitnick that the whole family can use and learn how to be safe on the Internet. Here is what you will learn in this course:”

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“If you want to see it live on TV today, check your local listings for HSN Electronic Connection, they are spread all over the day at the top of the hour. And here is a link to their website where you can get this awesome bundle, but TODAY ONLY! (not available)


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