At next week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Kaspersky Lab will unveil its tailored security solution for Android tablets.
Kaspersky Lab is set to unveil its tailored security solution for Android-based tablets at the world’s largest international mobile technology exhibition later this month.
The official launch of the latest version of Kaspersky Tablet Security will take place on 28 February at Mobile World Congress 2012, in Barcelona, Spain. The product includes cloud technology support for antivirus technologies, web security and anti-theft protection. It is a specialised security solution that ensures both protection against malicious and fraudulent software, and the inviolability of personal data in case of loss or theft of a device.
Accompanying the launch, Kaspersky Lab CEO and co-founder Eugene Kaspersky will host a press conference: ‘The Mobile Environment as a Paradise for Cyber Criminals’.
The conference will kick off with Eugene Kaspersky presenting his forecasts for the development of organised mobile cybercrime, how it is evolving out of traditional cybercrime and what makes it different. Senior Malware Analysts Vicente Diaz and Denis Maslennikov will give an overview of the current mobile threat situation, while Victor Dronov, Senior Product Manager, Mobile Solutions, will present the latest version of Kaspersky Tablet Security and a beta-version of the new Parental Control product for Android and iOS operating systems.
Further information on Mobile World Congress 2012 is available at: www.mobileworldcongress.com.
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