Enhanced Facebook Security with Avira and secure.me Bundle
Article by George Norman
On 11 Jan 2012
Security company Avira had some exciting news to share with the world at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 in Las Vegas: enhanced Facebook security for those who purchase the Avira Internet Security 2012 suite. Avira can provide this enhanced level of security because it partnered with secure.me, global service for online privacy and reputation protection. Avira and secure.me have a bundled product package to offer, package that offers users better Facebook protection.

People who purchase Avira Internet Security 2012 will get a bundled product package that provides 12 months premium access to secure.me’s set of features. These features allow the use to better control his personal data and privacy on popular social networking site Facebook.


Thanks to secure.me, the user can easily navigate through complex privacy settings and better manage his online privacy. Secure.me provides the user with advice, info, and actions he can take to enjoy a safe and carefree internet experience. On top of that, secure.me helps the user identify privacy threats on Facebook by providing an overview of his activities and data and by highlighting critical posts and scans. Last but not least, secure.me employs biometric face recognition to help the user find all his pictures on Facebook; this gives the user control over his reputation and helps him uncover compromising photos.

“Avira is proud to partner with a company like secure.me which takes protection of personal information to a new level,” said Chris Weltzien, Managing Director of Avira. “With this product bundle, we feel that we have all the bases covered, and we’ll continue delivering the best security and protection for consumers around the globe. The bad guys don’t rest, and neither do we.”

“We are very excited to give consumers the opportunity to stay safe online with award-winning security software from Avira along with secure.me’s ability to keep their privacy and identity safe while on Facebook,” said Christian Sigl, founder of secure.me. “Today, basically everybody protects their PC with antivirus software. With the use of social networks and extensive online sharing, a new type of vulnerability has evolved, in fact the violability of your own and your children‘s personal data, privacy and identity. With Avira‘s product bundle we are making sure our customers have the tools necessary to keep themselves safe in today‘s instant information society.”

The Avira Internet Security 2012 secure.me bundle is available for purchase for $59.99 here.

Tags: Avira, secure,me, Facebook, Security, Avira Internet Security
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