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Site offer Tired of telling the net numpties at work to smarten their act on email security? Is the company's message about the dangers of online id theft falling on deaf ears? We have the just the right material for you to distribute to your workforce.

The Register has teamed up with Messagelabs to offer the Employee IT Security Guide, a free pack of resources that helps educate end users about the threat from online ID theft. The pack helps your IT department to raise awareness of simple steps end users can take to avoid falling victim and exposing themselves and your organisations to harm.

The pack is a 10MB download and contains:

1 end user guide
1 dos and don'ts handout
1 PowerPoint presentation
1 x internal email template
2 x A4/A3 do’s and don’ts posters (white and black backgrounds)

... all for you on a (zipped) plate.

There's that link again. Employee IT Security Guide: Online IT Theft. The usual registration requirements apply. ®

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