TrustPort announces 2011 security software and Security Elements options

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TrustPort is to launch a new line of PC security software for business and domestic use.

TrustPort is to launch a new line of PC security software for business and domestic use.

The company has also introduced new product bundles for the security of entire computer networks under the umbrella title TrustPort Security Elements. In this the user can choose a variant of the solution according to the scale and composition of their computer network.

This incorporates four levels, ranging from traditional protection of endpoint computers, right up to advanced network protection at both the entry point and endpoint.

It said that these four levels are: Basic that protects individual endpoint computers; Advanced that protects endpoints and file servers; Premium that extends the previous level of security to include advanced anti-virus and anti-spam protection at the entry point; and Ultimate, which offers all of the above plus web filtering and data encryption.

The three alternative security solutions include: TrustPort Anti-virus; TrustPort Internet Security, which adds internet protection, personal firewall and a parental lock; and TrustPort Total Protection that includes all of the above plus encryption and data shredding.

Vladislav Nemec, CEO of TrustPort, said: “The new product range meets the requirements of our customers and partners. The choice of three different anti-virus products with different scales of security coverage represents nowadays a known and expected standard.

“In addition, our customers can better compare our and competing products. TrustPort Antivirus 2011, TrustPort Internet Security 2011 and TrustPort Total Protection 2011 will be soon joined by TrustPort USB Antivirus 2011, designed for the protection of portable media, which will enter the market in the following weeks.

Marcela Parolková, sales director at TrustPort, confirmed that existing users will be entitled to a free upgrade to the new version.


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