New fast-spreading threats are on the rise as virus writers seek for financial gain. Modern professional cyber-criminals want to stay unnoticed, and they are using advanced technologies to hide their creations from data security solutions. Their attacks are also more targeted, thus a single company or computer might be the recipient of a specific malware assault. And if the antivirus cannot detect it, nobody does. For example, a hiding spyware can cause severe damage to companies by sending out confidential information and lowering computer performance and productivity.
Modern Internet threats require proactive protection and the monitoring of suspicious software behaviour in the systems combined with traditional signature-based protection.
F-Secure® Client Security™ 7 provides the highest level of protection for corporate workstations and laptops by combining robust and fast signature-based protection with advanced proactive protection against traditional and new zero-day threats. This award-winning, centrally manageable solution prevents both global and local malware epidemics and intrusions by integrating antivirus, firewall, antispyware, rootkit scanning and behaviour-monitoring (HIPS).
Real-Time Automatic Protection
Stops viruses, worms, spyware and Trojans attacking via e-mail, web or floppy disks in real-time.
A host-based intrusion prevention system providing protection for unknown threats.
Scans for rootkits at the deepest level of the computer.
Scans POP3, SMTP and IMAP4 traffic for viruses.
Scans HTTP traffic for viruses before the data is forwarded into web browser.
Stops adware and spyware using real-time scanner.
Protection for Unknown Threats
Blocks in real-time unknown threats using system changes, browser hijacking and code injections.
Cisco NAC Support
Assures the security level of the workstations and laptops connecting to the company network before granting them an access.
Assures the security level of remote laptops connecting to the company network outside office premises before granting them an access.
Automatic Virus and Spyware Definition Updates with Fail-Over
Using a fail-over method, updates virus and spyware definitions transparently and automatically 1-2 times a day.
Firewall with Intrusion Prevention
Detects and blocks hackers and new breeds of worm.
Centrally controls and blocks applications connecting to the Internet.