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Website Combats Data and Laptop Theft

After more than six months of ongoing discussion with law enforcement and IT management, CyberAngel Security Solutions, Inc. has rebuilt its website (http://www.thecyberangel.com/) to help provide resources and tools to provide the education and information needed to help fight computer theft.

"After discussing the problem with law enforcement and industry players alike, we found that we are in a unique position to provide a free solution that is related to our core business," said Bradley Lide, president of CSS, Inc. "By offering unique sets of research and resources to both the IT staff researching solutions and to law enforcement officials investigating a crime, we bring our expertise to assist in the continuing education of security issues."

CyberAngel Security Solutions, Inc.'s new website has a dedicated Resource Center for IT professionals and consumers wishing to research information about data theft and compliance issues. Also now featured is a law enforcement area that pulls resources from all over the web to assist investigators in doing their jobs. The "LEA Toolbox" is for qualified law enforcement officials only, and the authentication protocols reflect increased security for this area. This authentication usually involves an e-mail from a government domain and/or a phone call to verify your identity. Both the Resource Center and the LEA Toolbox will be continually updated with current information and resources as available and as we form new business relationships.

Currently, partners who have posted content and/or links include known industry names such as: The Ponemon Institute, SkyHook Wireless, JustStolen.net, and many others. The new look and functionality of the website was handled by Digital Dog, Inc. of Nashville, Tennessee.

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