Kaspersky launches Pure home PC protection

Kaspersky Pure solution includes security, backup, encryption and management for home PC networks

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Kaspersky launches Pure home PC protection The Kaspersky Pure solution is intended to provide an integrated security package for home PCs.
By  Mark Sutton Published  April 21, 2010

Kaspersky Lab has released a new security solution designed to provide all round protection for home PCs and home PC networks.

The Kaspersky Pure product combines Kaspersky Anti Virus and Kaspersky Internet Security products, along with other features, to provide an integrated solution which can be used to manage security for all PCs on a home network.

The product includes extended parental control features, data backup and encryption tools, a password management programme and a sandbox mode to examine threats in secure environment.

The solution can be controlled from a single PC to configure any PC on the network, using Kaspersky Control Centre, which can also monitor security on the wi-fi network, while Kaspersky Back Up provides scheduling for automated back up tasks.

Tarek Kuzbari, managing director, Kaspersky Lab, Middle East said: "In today's digital world, confidential data is increasingly stored in digital format and web-based shopping and banking services are fast gaining ground in the Middle East. These services, as they develop, become attractive targets for malicious attacks and cause the already vast array of cyber threats to grow daily.

"Kaspersky Pure is the ultimate protection for home digital life taking anti-malware and Internet security to the next level and ensuring that computers remain highly immune to cyber threats of any kind," he added.

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