Protect Yourself With Titanium Security From Trend Micro

Written by Tony Ibrahim     19/12/2012 | 05:23 | Category: SECURITY & SUPPORT

Trend Micro's Titanium Maximum Security software now protects your mobile devices in addition to offering 10GB of secure cloud storage.

Protect Yourself With Titanium Security From Trend Micro

Trend has focused on making the software relevant by keeping the interface simple. Users intuitively know how to work their way through it and refined graphics enrich the experience.


For ease of mind, Trend Micro's Maximum Security comes with 10GB of secure cloud storage for a year.

In addition to weeding out malware and viruses, Trend Micro's software goes one further by identifying potential threats when you're surfing the web. Hazardous links generated in a Google search are marked with a Red X—when you're using Chrome, Internet Explorer or Firefox browsers—while it stops users from accessing infected websites all together with a warning.


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One of the standout features is the new Facebook Privacy Scanner. This additive "identifies settings that may leave your Facebook information vulnerable," safeguarding your from identity theft. It also helps 'friending' Trend Micro on Facebook as they provide security tips.

On All Fronts

Most of the devices people use form part of an ecosystem. There's little point in protecting your computer alone, when your smartphone and tablet access the same ecosystem and are open to infection.

For one year, Trend Micro's Maximum Security can be put on five of your devices. This spares users from having to buy separate licences for their computer, notebook, tablet and smartphone, offering strong protection across the devices you most commonly use. These include Windows and Mac computers, and an Android application that protects your smartphone and tablet.


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Trend Micro's Titanium Maximum Security can be purchased with 3 licenses for $99.95 or 5 licenses for $129.95.


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