Trend Micro upgrades SMB solution

Security firm Trend Micro has upgraded its Worry-Free line of SMB security solutions with an improved anti-spam engine and greater protection against web threats such as phishing and rootkits.

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By  Cleona Godinho Published  January 30, 2007

Security firm Trend Micro has upgraded its Worry-Free line of SMB security solutions with an improved anti-spam engine and greater protection against web threats such as phishing and rootkits. According to the firm, the new versions have been designed to meet the security challenges faced by small organisations and channel partners namely, by providing a dedicated security product with single-step installation and deployment. New functionality in the flagship Client-Server Messaging Security 3.5 for instance, aims to better protect users against web threats such as spyware, rootkits, bots and phishing attacks. Other improvements include enhanced anti-spam functionality, which the firm attributes to advanced heuristics and quicker update facility, and improved server-side quarantine features. Features from previous versions still included, such as a security dashboard, vulnerability assessment and the ability to check for desktops with outdated Windows system files from a single, central location. Steve Quane, general manager of Trend Micro’s SMB operations, stated: “According to our customer research, small business customers acknowledged that web threats have evolved and are highly sophisticated, and without dedicated security experts on hand small organisations can find many security solutions too complex for their needs.” Trend Micro’s latest Worry-Free solutions are currently available throughout the region.

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