TrustPort sets up Middle East operations
TrustPort is a member of the Cleverlance Group, based in the Czech Republic
Security software firm TrustPort has announced the launch of its operations in the Middle East and will be setting up marketing, operations and 24/7 technical support services for the region in the United Arab Emirates.
TrustPort, a member of the Cleverlance Group, is headquartered in Brno, Czech Republic, with regional offices in Latin America, North America, India, Western Europe, and now the Middle East.
TrustPort security software is used by companies and home users in over hundred countries. It has just released its 2010 PC Security Edition, which destroys viruses and spyware, and prevents hacker penetration.
One key difference that makes TrustPort stand out from other competitors in the security space is the fact that their products come with features like data shredding using methods approved by the U.S. government, data encryption both on a document and hard drive level, and electronic signatures.
TrustPort also beat leading names including McAfee and Symantec to come out on top in long-term independent tests carried out by Virus Bulletin and AV-Comparitives, which it credits to its products being based on multiple scanning engines.
Another key differentiator for TrustPort is the fact that their software can be programmed to offer advanced features to clients; essentially moulding it to suit the company's needs, explained Roman Veleba, international sales manager at TrustPort.
Key products from their portfolio will now be available in the Middle East but without Arabic support, which Veleba says will come "a couple of months" after they set up base in Dubai.
TrustPort Middle East will take care of all business activities, including technical support, product manufacturing, distribution and shipping.
"In particular, we will promote our end-point products, TrustPort Antivirus and TrustPort PC Security, which provide the highest virus detection rates in the world. These products protect the computer at all its entry points, including internet connection and removable memory media," added Veleba.