Increasing instances of cybercrime and lapses in digital security are threatening families by exposing sensitive information from personal computers. Through its website www.123safepc.com and community outreach, 123SafePC raises awareness about the importance of digital file protection and offers tips and products to help families stay safe. The FamilySafe product provides personal computer users with a “digital safe” to protect sensitive files such as tax returns, bank statement, credit card information, and other private information, in the event that anti-virus or firewalls fail or if a computer is stolen. The product is as easy to use as “Copy” or “Paste” with no new tools to use. Users simply select the file or folder they need to protect and right-click to put it in their safe. When they need to open the file again, it’s right where they left it in their digital safe.
“DECA is preparing today’s students to become future entrepreneurs. 123SafePC.com is pleased to be able to help by offering a real world experience in marketing of a digital product that achieves a worthwhile social end. By using the FamilySafe product as a fundraising tool, DECA chapters can raise funds for programs while also helping their communities.”
As budgets are tightened and many fundraising organizations struggle to overcome donor fatigue, traditional fundraising activities such as door to door sales of candy, carwashes, and bake sales are yielding fewer results. Upfront inventory costs and distribution efforts make these activities less profitable. 123SafePC offers fundraising organizations a unique eCommerce capability by allowing donors to click a link on the fundraiser’s website to make a donation and receive the FamilySafe software product as an instant download.
The 2,000 attendees at the DECA conference in Washington, DC will learn how they can help their communities while also improving the effectiveness of their fundraising.
123SafePC was founded in 2011 to empower families to take control of their digital safety. 123SafePC.com raises awareness about digital security for personal computer users and provides products and educational materials to help families make better choices about their digital safety. Please visit http://www.123safepc.com for more information.