ESET Mobile Security Business Edition or Windows Mobile and Symbian Released
Article by George Norman
On 13 May 2011
ESET Mobile Security Business Edition for Windows Mobile and Symbian-powered mobile devices has been rolled out, the announcement came earlier this week from ESET, company that offers antivirus software for home and business users. This is a mobile software security solution that offers "reliable and tested data security with proactive protection against emerging threats."

Or to put it in other words, ESET Mobile Security Business Edition for Windows Mobile and Symbian offers all the security bits and pieces offered by ESET Mobile Security and adds remote management functionality via ESET Remote Administrator 4 to the mix.

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To get a better idea of what this security software solution has to offer, here are its main features:
- Proactive protection, broad scanning options, automatic virus database updates.
- Block access to the mobile device should it get stolen.
- Remotely wipe data stored on the device via SMS.
- Receive notifications when an unauthorized SIM (create a list of authorized SIMs first) is inserted into the mobile device. The notification will include the SIM’s phone number, IMSI and IMEI.
- Password protection to safeguard against unauthorized uninstallation or modification of security software
- Run regular diagnostics of vital phone functions such as battery life, free disk space, running processes, Bluetooth and device visibility.
- Protection against SMS and MMS spam.
- The firewall monitors all incoming and outgoing communications.
- Remote administration via ESET Remote Administrator 4

ESET Mobile Security Business Edition for Windows Mobile and Symbian is available in several languages: English, Czech, Slovak, German, Spanish, French, Turkish, Polish, Russian, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.

"Protection of mobile devices is increasingly important for both consumers and businesses alike. ESET Mobile Security Business Edition provides a powerful security solution for the most widely used platform, Symbian. It is also built for smartphones and pocket PCs running Windows Mobile," says Peter Vrana, ESET's Senior Product Manager for Business Security. Peter Vrana adds: "There are many rogue applications out there, some of them even include spyware targeting businesses. Our ultimate goal is to protect our customers from both privacy invasion and costly data losses. ESET Mobile Security Business Edition delivers on that objective."

Additional information on ESET Mobile Security Business Edition for Windows Mobile and Symbian is available here.



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