"We've released SafeCentral 2.5 ahead of the official Windows 7 release to ensure the security of online transactions and social media interactions of early adopters," says Doug Brunt, CEO of Authentium. "Our goal is to protect SafeCentral users from day one. With the increasing sophistication of cybercriminals, anti-virus software alone is not enough to protect consumers. SafeCentral 2.5 protects login information, passwords, and financial info that consumers enter into their computers, even if the computers are already infected with malicious software."
SafeCentral's secure browser ensures the integrity of online transactions — including shopping, banking, and trading — even when protection from other security tools fail. SafeCentral is fully customizable and offers banks, trading companies, software download portals and other distribution partners the ability to integrate SafeCentral as part of their branded security offerings to customers.
The SafeCentral Beta is available on the recently-announced SafeCentral Community. Windows 7 testers and users of 64-bit Vista and XP can join the SafeCentral Beta Forum in the online community to get a free one-year subscription to SafeCentral and provide feedback on the latest version. To join the SafeCentral Community, visit http://Community.SafeCentral.com.
Authentium develops software and services to protect consumers in a connected world. The company's core technologies are used by leading software providers including Google and Microsoft to create or enhance industry-leading computer security products. Additionally, Authentium's same core security expertise is also expressed in the continued development of Command Anti-Malware, the award winning Antivirus product from Authentium. The company was incorporated in 2000, and is located in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. For more information, visit www.authentium.com.
Press Inquiries: Gregory FCA Kate Ritchie, 610-642-1435 [email protected]