Vodafone, Trend Micro launch Cloud-based security solution
New Delhi: Vodafone on Friday introduced a partnership with international cybersecurity agency Pattern Micro to launch “Vodafone Tremendous Protect” end-point safety suite to safeguard companies.
“Vodafone Tremendous Protect” protects essential enterprise information from a mess of threats together with malware assaults, ransomware, spy ware, phishing web sites and information thefts. It lets prospects handle their customers and licenses on-line, grant and revoke entry, and generate stories and dashboards.
Customers of Vodafone Tremendous Protect can obtain updates real-time on the cloud platform, thus eliminating the necessity for servers or complicated IT infrastructure to handle the deployment. Its admin administration function is accessible anytime, anyplace from the URL-based admin console, the corporate stated.
The suite is on the market on Vodafone CloudStore for Rs 99 per person monthly or Rs 999 per person for 12 months.
It’s outfitted with enterprise-grade options together with USB port blocking, URL filtering and full-disk encryption on Home windows.
“With companies getting exponentially digital and on-line, information and knowledge safety is of essential significance. `Vodafone Tremendous Protect` is designed to make enterprise grade information safety in a easy, inexpensive and fear free approach,” Anil Philip, Senior Vice President, Vodafone Enterprise Providers, stated in an announcement.
Backed by Pattern Micro`s Cloud-based “World Good Safety Community”, the suite proactively identifies and blocks new and current threats earlier than they affect the gadgets.
“Our end-point safety providing will assist safe Enterprises and SMB prospects which can be searching for versatile safety deployment choices,” added Nilesh Jain, Nation Supervisor India and SAARC, Pattern Micro.
“Vodafone Tremendous Protect” is on the market throughout platforms and gadgets together with Home windows PCs, MacBooks, Home windows Servers in addition to Android and iOS cellular platforms.