Titanium goes cloud on social sites

When it comes to software security, keeping up with the times and constant updates is the only way to stay ahead of the game. The growing use of social sites has forced the competition to rely on cloud storage, Trend Micro Inc believes.

Titanium goes cloud on social sites

Trend Micro Titanium 2013.png“Asia-Pacific is the largest region of internet traffic. With this in mind combined with the increase of media hardware consumption and the increasing popularity of social sites like Facebook, anti-viruses need to be ever more efficient,” said Trend Micro┬┤s digital marketing and consumer business regional director Terrence Tang. Recently launched locally, the Trend Micro Titanium 2013 Cloud Edition offers protection across PC, tablet and mobile phone through a cloud-based system where all information and updates will be stored. Social networking butterflies can protect their privacy and safety with the Facebook Privacy Scanner. It monitors your Facebook News Feed for potentially harmful links, and your privacy settings page for potential privacy intrusion. The scanner also works with other social networking sites like Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and so forth. For Android phone users, the Trend Micro Mobile App Reputation System is a cloud-based system that monitors apps for malware and viruses, and a Lost-Device Protection that allows users to find, lock and erase a missing device. It also has the Trend Micro Direct Pass that keeps all your passwords secure in one place, a 5GB online storage vault to keep important software backed up in the cloud with the Trend Micro SafeSync, and parental control software Trend Micro Online Guardian. iOS users however may have to wait as Trend Micro states that they are currently working to releases a compatibility update for Titanium 2013 and the iOS. Available in markets right now the Titanium Maximum Security can be bought for RM109 for one (1) device or RM159 for (3) devices.