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Comcast Business Adds F-Secure to Upware Marketplace

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- F-Secure today announced that its comprehensive business security-as-a-service (SaaS) offering has joined the Upware™ marketplace from Comcast Business. F-Secure Protection Service for Business (PSB) software provides complete security specifically designed from the ground up for small to medium size businesses (SMBs) through powerful, real-time protection for Windows PCs, Macs, servers and mobile devices. As a result, businesses can run smoothly and are constantly protected against online threats.

F-Secure PSB is the only solution within the “Security and Anti-virus” category in the Upware marketplace from Comcast Business that addresses security on multiple devices (server, mobile, PC / Mac). With this service, Comcast Business customers will benefit from a fully automated security solution with online management tools so the organization does not have to worry about software upgrades, virus definition updates, or in-house servers for IT security. Furthermore, PSB is a hosted and managed service by F-Secure, which eliminates the need for businesses to purchase additional hardware and software, allowing for greater cost savings.

F-Secure’s PSB comprehensive security for desktop and laptop computers includes:

  • Antivirus
  • Antispyware
  • Application control with Software Updater – this proactive patch management feature provides software updates and version upgrades at any time, from anywhere
  • Rootkit detection with F-Secure Blacklight™
  • Spam filtering
  • Intrusion prevention
  • Proactive protection with F-Secure DeepGuard 5 – a comprehensive, behavior-based analysis technology, to block new and emerging threats and detect exploit attempts without needing to know the technical vulnerability they are attempting to take advantage of.

    F-Secure Corp.

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