Kaspersky Lab launches Kaspersky Internet Security – Multi-Device

12th November 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Kaspersky-Anti-VirusNew Delhi, India, November 12, 2013: Kaspersky Lab has launches Kaspersky Internet Security – Multi-Device, a new security product that provides premium protection for the world’s most commonly-used devices. As tablet and smartphone sales continue to skyrocket around the world, these mobile devices access the same Internet as traditional computers, and therefore require advanced protection from online threats. Now, instead of purchasing several products to protect a portfolio of smart devices, Kaspersky Internet Security – Multi-Device gives users a way to secure their Internet activity across multiple computers and mobile devices, all through a single purchase.

Users can install the device-specific technologies on any combination of devices – customers are encouraged visit the Kaspersky Lab online store for licensing information specific to their region.

According to B2B International’s B2C Global Brand Tracker Survey in April 2013, the average household has 4.5 Internet-connected devices, meaning the days of a family accessing the Internet through one or two shared desktop and laptop computers have disappeared. As consumers purchase more devices, the greater the chore becomes in keeping these devices maintained and updated. Kaspersky Internet Security – Multi-Device uses a single activation code for each user product, a single start-date, and a central management console with the Kaspersky Protection Center, making a multi-device digital life easier to handle.

Smartphones and tablets have become the new standard tool for browsing, interacting, and shopping online, but despite their popularity, many users don’t think these devices require full-fledged protection equal to the security installed on traditional computers. But while the devices used to access the Internet has become smaller, these devices are being used to access the same Internet as the traditional computers, and are therefore targets for online cyber threats.

At the launch of Kaspersky Internet Security – Multi-Device, the company will begin a phased global rollout of the Kaspersky Protection Center, an entirely new Web portal to easily view and maintain the security of all protected devices, no matter where they are. The Kaspersky Protection Center can be used to activate a variety of anti-theft technologies to recover lost or stolen mobile devices. It will also include free security tools, such as Kaspersky Password Manager to synchronize user login information across all devices, and Kaspersky Social Protect for advanced protection from malware on Facebook. Additional consumer security tools will also be added to the Kaspersky Protection Center in the future.


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