Manage All Your Devices with Kaspersky Protection Center
Article by George Norman
On 23 Sep 2013
The newly launched Kaspersky Protection Center is a free and user friendly web portal that lets you manage the protection of all your devices from a central location.

Security company Kaspersky Lab announced the launch of Kaspersky Protection Center, a new web portal that makes it easier to manage multiple devices that are protected by Kaspersky Lab products. From a central location you can now see the security status of your PCs, Macs, smartphones, and tablets, you can access your installed Kaspersky Lab products, and you can remotely manage devices. On top of that, you can also access Kaspersky Password Manager, a tool that securely stores passwords and syncs them across platforms.

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"Kaspersky Protection Center is our vision of how online security in a modern, multi-device era should be offered. This is a single interface for managing licenses and security features on all the devices which a person uses on a daily basis, along with extended convenience and protection offered by the Kaspersky Password Manager service. In future, we are going to increase the number of applications and services to make the virtual lives of people who use Kaspersky Lab products even more comfortable and secure," said Dmitry Aleshin, Director of Product Management at Kaspersky Lab.

Kaspersky Protection Center Main Features
  • Sign in using your existing Kaspersky account, easily sign up for an account if you don’t have one.
  • Connect Kaspersky Lab products to the Kaspersky Protection Center and manage them using the free web portal.
  • From a central location you can view the protection status of all your devices (PCs, Macs, smartphones, tablets).
  • Manage Kaspersky Lab product licenses (renew licenses, buy new licenses, transfer existing licenses from one device to another).
  • Activate Kaspersky Lab security on any of your devices.
  • Remotely manage Android-powered devices (track its location, remotely lock it, or remotely wipe it).
  • Easy access to Kaspersky Password Manager (store and sync passwords).

Please note that Kaspersky Protection Center is currently available in the US, UK, and Ireland only. Support for more countries will be added in the near future.

Get started with Kaspersky Protection Center by following this link.




Tags: Kaspersky Lab, security, Kaspersky Protection Center, PC, Mac, Android, smartphone, tablet, web portal
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