CA launches Internet Security Suite Plus 2010

CA has unveiled its Internet Security Suite Plus 2010, which provides comprehensive security and protection when accessing the Internet for banking, shopping and spending time online. CA has also included an Internet Protection Plan providing up to $10,000 in coverage for identity theft or PC damage from a virus.

The security suite is powered by a new core processing technology, which is combined with an interface that simplifies tasks and provides users with security tips and information sourced from experts at CA’s global Security Advisor team.

The suite also CA includes Parental Controls, designed to allow parents to filter, monitor or block access to web sites, instant messaging and peer-to-peer services that may contain objectionable content or allow contact by online predators. Various options allow you to filter blocked keywords in IM chats and restrict Web site access and easily establish usage time limits, and also block violence, social networking, blogs, forums, and shopping sites.

The suite’s backup options include:

  • Incremental backups
  • PC to PC migrations
  • Additional 2GB online backup at no cost from MozyHome

Supported operating systems include Windows 7, Windows 2000 Professional with SP4+Update Rollup 1, Windows XP and Windows XP Media Center Edition with SP2, and Windows Vista. The product operates on both 32 and 64 bit.

CA Internet Security Suite Plus 2010 includes also an Internet Protection Plan (at no additional cost) with up to $10,000 in identity theft coverage and coverage against damage to your PC caused by a computer virus. The available identity theft coverage safeguards data on one PC with Mobile Lifeline software, which offers identity theft protection of up to $5,000 if your identity is compromised. Further, if a PC fails as a result of a virus infection after the suite is properly installed, you can receive up to $5,000 in technical service and/or hardware repair or replacement; this plan covers up to 5 PCs with a combined aggregate limit of $5,000.

The suite is available from CA for $69.99, with a one-year subscription for up to three PCs in the household.

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