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eScan launches version 11 of its corporate and SMB security applications

Latest versions of eScan to improve proactive security for servers and endpoints

eScan launches version 11 of its corporate and SMB security applications
The eScan software is available in corporate and SMB versions.

eScan has announced the launch of version 11 of its eScan Corporate Edition and eScan SMB Edition security software.

The latest versions of the software are intended to provide proactive protection across networks to counter developing security threats.

The new versions include technology to prevent network outbreaks, data theft and identity theft, and also introduces security violation notifications. eScan says that the solution will help reduce costs through more integrated security management, automatic patching of critical Windows OS vulnerabilities, File Reputation Services, ADS integration and Support for VMware, SYSLOG, SNMP and NAC/NAP. The company also claims it has the lowest rate of false positive detections, which will also cut administration time.

"The current times have increased the expectations and demands from network security software due to the highly evolving threat scenario. Cyber criminals have now started targeting sensitive business data such as confidential research reports, new product plans and strategies through targeted spear phishing and other means. Today information security at both servers and sndpoints is vital to ensure business continuity as data leakages will be very detrimental to the bottom lines of businesses. " said Govind Rammurthy, MD & CEO, eScan.

"In the Version 11 of the eScan Corporate and SMB Editions, we have factored both the threat vectors and infection methods of current as well as future breeds of Malware and have power packed it with technologies that can effectively counter them. We are proud to have reached a new milestone in Information Security with the new version of eScan 11 for Corporate and SMBs," he added.

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