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1.2.6 It is not general y possible to assure client machines and networks, and ensuring awareness and best practice by clients of e-Government services is not straightforward. Clients should be provided with or directed to suitable guidance on the steps that they should take to protect their machines from online threats. Basic measures that al home users and organisations should take to protect their computers are set out at

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I enjoy the understatement. But didnt the DTI Trustguide work teach us that people's PCs are unsafe, teh Internet is unsafe, people quickly grasp both these facts and yet they use online services because they're convenient and feel condident about resitution? That's a bit different from suggesting that if they follow the right guidance their machines and networks will be safe.

Posted by William on 2007-02-14 15:13:31.
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