Eset launches antivirus for Mac business edition
Dubai, September 14, 2010
Eset, a leader in proactive protection, has announced a new addition to its business product line - Eset NOD32 Antivirus 4 Business Edition for Mac.
With Eset NOD32 Antivirus 4 Business Edition for Mac, the company delivers the most advanced protection to all business networks – employing either PCs or Macs, said a top official.
"It is another milestone for our company whose security software has an excellent track record of protecting computer users,” remarked Eset’s CEO Miroslav Trnka.
By developing a security solution for Mac, Eset is responding to user demand. Since December 2009 when Eset NOD32 Antivirus 4 (Beta) for Mac was released for public testing, the company has seen more than 135,000 downloaded installation packages.
With the launch of a security solution for the Macintosh platform, Eset adds an additional layer of security, so OS X systems can participate in a heterogeneous networked environment with the highest possible security, and with supporting compliance initiatives.
“Engineered with our award winning ThreatSense scanning engine, it ensures industry-leading protection against emerging threats,” explained Richard Marko, Eset’s chief technology officer.
According to him, the new antivirus edition offers enterprise-class threat protection for Macs in all business environments.
"ThreatSense solution automatically detects and cleans malware, including threats designed for Windows operating systems, preventing Macs from becoming carriers of malware in a corporate network," Marko said.
"In addition, Eset NOD32 Antivirus 4 Business Edition for Mac OS X gives IT administrators the ability to monitor all network endpoints across multitude operating systems with ease, all from a single management console," he added.
Eset NOD32 Antivirus 4 Business Edition for Mac is now available in English, with other languages following in the coming months. Additionally, soon home users will be able to purchase a home edition of its security solution called "Eset Cybersecurity for Mac," Marko said.-TradeArabia News Service