Webroot SecureAnywhere integrates PC, Android and iOS security
Posted on 04.10.2011
Following Kaspersky One and McAfee All Access, Webroot announced centralized security management for PC, Android and iOS users.


Webroot SecureAnywhere enables users to manage security for all of their PCs, tablets, and mobile devices from a single web portal, with a single license. Individuals who serve as their family's "tech expert" can be given administrative privileges to monitor their family's protection via the web portal.

For users who simply want their security to work for them, Webroot SecureAnywhere removes the burden by handling it automatically. For technically minded users, it features 124 settings they can customize, and advanced tools for diagnosing security problems.

All of the protection is delivered from a cloud database so users never have to bother with time-consuming signature updates. Every file that tries to run on a PC is analyzed and the data is fed into Webroot's threat intelligence network in the cloud.

Within seconds, everyone around the world using SecureAnywhere is protected from the newest threats. If a computer is offline, SecureAnywhere monitors the system and if malicious activity is observed, it will take action against it automatically.

SecureAnywhere provides several layers of defense against malware, covering attacks that not only target PCs but the people using them. The Identity Shield defeats advanced zero-day keyloggers, screen grabbers, and banking and personal information-stealing Trojans.

The Web Threat Shield blocks phishing attacks and exploits by analyzing web content before the browser executes it. The Core System Shield ensures that system structures have not been modified and all components are functioning properly, applying repairs if needed.





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