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October 20, 2011
It is now absolutely necessary for customers to equip their computers with security software in order to protect sensitive data. LIME is allowing its customers to easily implement security features on their PCs and rest assured they are safe online at all times by offering F-Secure's Internet security services, the company has announced in a press release.
“From our research, we learned that people want to do more with their photos, music and videos. We also understand that worrying about security threats is the last thing on most consumers' minds. Through our partnership with LIME, we are proud to be able to free their subscribers from the stress of security concerns and offer them a proven solution for protecting their valuable content," said Curtis Cresta, vice president of F-Secure North American operations.
Most people store all of their most important and often irreplaceable files and information on their computer hard drive. Unfortunately, putting consumers at risk of losing all of these critical files – forever; hard drives frequently crash. LIME customers can prevent losses of this scale, and can more conveniently access files from any device with an Internet connection by storing this data in the 'cloud' through F-Secure's Online Backup service.
Sify (News - Alert) Broadband has sealed a deal with F-Secure to bring customers in India new data security solutions, according to a recent news report. The additional data security features will give F-Secure access to approximately 50 percent of broadband users across India. F-Secure’s complete range of security tools is now available to Sify’s customers. The range includes F-Secure’s parental controls, protection against viruses, spyware, phishing, Trojans and proactive protection through Deep Guard, a prize-winning technological solution.
Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves