Webroot SME Security Passes Testing

Webroot SME Security 3.1 has successfully passed ICSA Labs certification testing for desktop/server antivirus detection

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

June 11, 2007

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BOULDER, Colo. -- Webroot Software, Inc., a leading provider of security software for the consumer, enterprise and SMB markets, today announced that Webroot® SME Security 3.1 has successfully passed ICSA Labs' certification testing for desktop/server antivirus detection. As an independent division of Cybertrust, the global information security specialist, ICSA Labs is recognized as the security industry's central antivirus product testing and certification facility. The world's best antispyware company now delivers best-of-breed antivirus support for an advanced and comprehensive anti-malware solution.

"The ICSA Labs certification demonstrates Webroot's commitment to developing solutions that arm small and medium-sized enterprises with the most advanced protection against computer viruses that occur 'in the wild'" said Peter Watkins, CEO of Webroot Software. "Our small and medium-sized business customers have a unique set of needs and challenges, including constraints on price, technology infrastructure and personnel. The ICSA Labs certification serves as assurance that Webroot SME Security effectively protects users as it satisfies each of these requirements."

Designed specifically for small and medium-sized businesses, Webroot SME Security incorporates best-of-breed antivirus technology from Sophos into Webroot's superior antispyware software to protect against today's most dangerous Internet threats including spyware, viruses, Trojans, rootkits, keyloggers, adware and other malicious applications.

Webroot Software Inc.

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