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Jan 22, 2017 9:17AM PST

I am interested in discovering the most highly rated security products available

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Link free zone.
Jan 22, 2017 9:50AM PST

That's very easy to discover with search engines. But the security itself is still your responsibility. Even the most highly rated security product won't stop a bad or new user from insecure computer practices.

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Jan 22, 2017 10:00AM PST

I am developing a data security solution center for individuals, small business and enterprise users and want only the best and real products available on the site. I have over 30 years experience in data security.

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Then to get me to use your product
Jan 22, 2017 10:15AM PST

Given the failures beyond user error I've seen on McAffee, Norton and others, surely you would not list those.

At 30 years, I hope you will share what you use today for Windows, Apple OS, iOS, Android and Linux.

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Jan 22, 2017 10:25AM PST

My company is Data Resource Protection. Our first product was the first software solution to prevent someone booting an operating system from an external drive to bypass password protection on the C: drive on an IBM PC. Long time ago. I now want to create a website that partners with best of breed security solutions. Having only the best and like I said real solutions available will be critical to it's success.

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How did you deal with the PC?
Jan 23, 2017 9:35AM PST

The PC at its soul was all about be personal and if I'm at the machine, keyboard and such the PC will do as I command. There were some attempts to turn it into a terminal like back in the mainframe days.

My background included work in companies that would lock down the PC but the job as an embedded hardware and software author and more required the PC to remain a PC. We ended up handing the corrupted PCs back to the IT, cutting their budget and getting our own gear.

Since this was crucial to the company product line, we had the backing from the top CEO, CIO, CTO etc.

I take it you are trying to go down that other road where you try to take the P out of PC.

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