Internet security firm Trend Micro has expanded its internet protection offering with the release of Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security 2013.
The new family of security software is claimed to offer protection from cyber threats emanating from social networking sites.
Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security 2013 comes with a bundle of five products which include Titanium Antivirus+, Titanium Internet Security, Titanium Maximum Security, Titanium Premium Security and Titanium Internet Security for Mac.
The products claimed to protect consumers’ devices, save important files, data as well as protect the privacy of the users.
Trend Micro general manager and senior vice president Carol Carpenter said consumers spend most of their time doing one of three things on the Internet – checking email, surfing the Web and using social networks to keep up with family and friends.
"It is time that security companies start keeping up with consumers, protecting them where they are at risk," Carpenter said.
Facebook Privacy Scanner for Windows feature in Titanium offers another layer of protection for personal information.
It allows users control private information settings and monitor their Facebook page settings with a single click, the company said.
Trend Micro Titanium will be offered Windows 8 compatible while it can also be used in older version of Windows.
In addition, Trend Micro has released its Mobile Security Personal Edition for Android which claims to protect users’ private information and offer faster, lighter security against malware.
The company has also released new apps-Trend Micro Longevity which claims to extend batter life and Trend Micro Mobile Backup and Restore.
Company has also revamped its mobile versions of Trend Micro DirectPass which said to simplify management of online passwords, and Trend Micro SafeSync will allow users easy access to their data from any device.
Mobile Security Personal Edition comes with Privacy Scanner, Threat Scanner, Parental Controls, Safe Surfing, Uninstall Protection and Lost Device Protection.
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