With Worry-Free Business Security 7, the publisher wants Trend Micro offer SMEs a complete security suite deal with new threats such as leakage of sensitive data.
Industrial espionage, theft of sensitive information … many companies remain vulnerable to attacks from malicious individuals.
To fight against the threats that enterprises must face, the publisher of security solutions, Trend Micro, Japanese, announced the release of a new version of its flagship software suite: Worry-Free Business Security 7.
The publisher intends to act to “protect [the companies] against threats that have gained greatly in aggressiveness.”
She embarks functions include prevention of data leakage via email and monitoring devices such as removable USB drives.
Significant detail, Trend Micro has integrated protection for Apple customers (iMacs, Mac Servers, and Mac Books).
The ranges of the computers’ Apple brand “is now considered a target for cyber-criminals.
“Macs are gaining ground among small businesses in search of rugged, reliable and friendly,” explains the editor, which wills probably few teeth gnashing among users of Windows systems.
This new version is now available in both “Standard” (PCs, laptops and servers on Windows) and “Advanced” including the protection of Mac clients, messaging with an anti-spam servers and Microsoft Exchange.
Finally, note that the fee schedule is graduated according to the number of licenses purchased. Price of entry for SMEs: one-year license to 45.54 per user (for a volume of 11 to 25 licenses).
In early November, Trend Micro unveiled a study on the loss of data, regarded as a priority for IT security for small businesses (although viruses and Trojans are still the main concerns).