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[January 14, 2013]

Michael Miller from Que Publishing and George Waller from StrikeForce Technologies interviewed on latest Let's Talk Computers A® broadcast, aired on 01/12/2013 - Audio Files Online

Jan 14, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- January 14, 2013 - Guests from Que Publishing and StrikeForce Technologies appear on radio talk show "Let's Talk Computers". Que Publishing, world's largest education publisher, is a Pearson (NYSE: PSO) company. StrikeForce Technologies is the world's leading provider of Out-of-Band Authentication, Keystroke Encryption and Mobile Security. Let's Talk Computers ranks as one of the longest-running computer radio talk shows, and airs on multiple radio stations weekly - and 24 hours a day, seven days a week on the Internet.

Michael Miller, Let's Talk Computers Industry Analyst and Author of "Absolute Beginners Guide to Computer Basics, Windows 8 Edition" and "Easy Computer Basics Windows 8 Edition," continues his series on "Everything You Want To Know About The Windows 8 Operating System." George Waller, Executive Vice President and Co-Founder of StrikeForce Technologies, discusses how keylogging technology can affect any computer and why anti-Malware and anti-virus programs are not enough to stop this threat.

Listen to the interviews at: Que Publishing http://www.lets-talk-computers.com/guests/que/miller_windows_8_b StrikeForce Technologies http://www.lets-talk-computers.com/guests/strikeforce/keylogging_guardedid ABOUT LET'S TALK COMPUTERS Let's Talk Computers, http://www.lets-talk-computers.com, ranks as one of the longest-running computer radio talk shows on the air since 1989. Produced in Nashville, Tennessee, and is broadcast via radio and to colleges and universities everywhere and on the Internet where any interviews can be heard anytime. New shows are uploaded in RealAudio and NetShow formats by Friday, 12:00 PM Central - radio broadcasts begin airing the following day. Past interview segments are also available on the website.

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