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ESET Releases ESET Mobile Security Business Edition Beta

Solution can be managed remotely via ESET Remote Administrator 4

London, UK – ESET, the leader in proactive threat protection announces the release of ESET Mobile Security Business Edition BETA for public testing. Built for Smartphones and Pocket-PCs running Windows Mobile and Symbian operating systems, it delivers unparalleled data security and protection against emerging threats. The Business Edition of ESET Mobile Security shares all functionalities with the current ESET Mobile Security, while adding functionality to be managed remotely via ESET Remote Administrator 4.

The BETA version of ESET Mobile Security Business Edition version is available in the following localised languages: English, Czech, Slovak, German, Spanish, French, Turkish, Polish, Russian, Chinese Traditional and Chinese Simplified.

ESET Mobile Security Business Edition BETA is available for download on this link: http://www.eset.eu/download/beta

ESET Mobile Security Business Edition Key Features:

Remote Administration Support — ESET Mobile Security Business Edition can be managed via ESET Remote Administrator 4. This brings a lot of advantages especially in a business environment, where administrators can now send and receive the configuration from the mobile client, perform On-Access or On-Demand Scans, conduct a Security Audit, adjust Firewall settings and Spam Filter logs or schedule connection intervals according to preference. In addition, the admins can gather and change the configuration of the mobile client, send a message via ERA 4 Console and update the virus database remotely if needed.

Anti-Theft — Prevents unauthorised access to your data in case of device loss or theft.

Remote Wipe — Deletes all sensitive data using a simple SMS command (contacts, messages and removable memory media) in case of emergency,

SIM Matching — Allows specified SIM cards to receive notification in case of an unauthorised SIM insertion, including the card’s telephone number, IMSI and IMEI.

Password Protection — Safeguards mobile devices against unauthorised uninstall or modifications of security software

Security Audit — Tells the user in a convenient and easy way, what is the current security status of the device – whether there is a potential security risk.

SMS and MMS Antispam — Allows user to define trustworthy contacts via customisable black or whitelist or simply block unknown numbers.

Firewall — Monitors all incoming and outgoing communications based on custom rules.

Additionaly, ESET Mobile Security brings the following benefits to users on the go:

Proactive Detection — The optimised heuristics of the ESET scanning engine ensures protection from current and emerging threats.

Quarantine — An option either to delete threats right away or isolate them, with the Restore feature.

Broad Scanning Options — Scanning and cleaning of the device’s integral memory as well as removable memory cards. It is also possible to check memory running processes. All files incoming or leaving via wireless connections are scanned for infiltrations.

Automatic Virus Database Updates — Provides protection against most recent mobile security threats. The user can schedule the delivery of updates on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis.

More information about the product can be found at http://www.eset.eu/products

About ESET

Founded in 1992, ESET is a global provider of security solutions for the home and business segment. The industry leader in proactive malware detection, ESET NOD32 Antivirus holds the world record for the number of Virus Bulletin "VB100 Awards," never to have missed a single “In-the-Wild” worm or virus since the inception of testing in 1998.

ESET has headquarters in Bratislava, Slovakia and offices in San Diego, USA; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Prague, Czech Republic, and an extensive partner network in 180 countries. In 2008, ESET has opened a new research center in Krakow, Poland. ESET was named by Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 as one of the fastest-growing technology companies in the region of Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Media contact:

Lucy Harvey

Harvard PR

phone.: 0207 861 2504

e-mail: lucy[email protected]

web: www.eset.co.uk

 

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