More women turn to net security (02 Feb 2005)
"You started off with young male stereotype computer users for last 10 years," Paul Goosens, head of Preventon told the BBC News website.
"Now we are seeing real people - both sexes and very often it is women who have more access at home."
But net service providers still need to take more responsibility in making sure people are educated about net threats before they go online, particuarly if they are new to broadband, he said.
Article URL: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/4228891.stm
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