Trend Micro launches Titanium 2011 security software

Trend Micro released Titanium Security 2011 that utilizes a cloud-client strategy that combines cloud-based web, email, and file reputation services with Trend Micro’s Smart Scanning technology for real-time, up-to-date protection against today’s threats.

The new three-product family includes Titanium Antivirus+, Titanium Internet Security, and Titanium Maximum Security.

Titanium 2011 transforms the customer experience across a number of key benchmarks, including faster scan times, as well as lower memory and CPU usage, balancing thoroughness with efficiency. Faster boot time, quicker file copying, a smaller installer size, and full scan optimization after initial installment are other enhancements.

Using a revamped, widget-like interface, Titanium 2011 users can easily navigate and control settings and reports. The software also helps parents keep their children safe from cyber criminals and inappropriate content when they go online and can fight spam.

The Titanium Maximum Security version adds easy-to-use options including secure erase, remote file lock in case of computer theft, a system tuner, and 10GB of secure online backup and sync with sharing features.

Trend Micro Titanium 2011 products are priced as follows:

Titanium Antivirus+ ($39.95 for 1 PC, $59.95 for 3 PCs) – Includes antivirus, antispyware and Web threat protection, stopping malicious downloads and finding and blocking malicious links in emails or IMs.

Titanium Internet Security ($49.95 for 1 PC, $69.95 for 3 PCs) – Includes everything in Titanium Antivirus+ plus spam blocking, customizable parental controls, data theft prevention, and helps prevent unauthorized changes to applications.

Titanium Maximum Security ($59.95 for 1 PC, $79.95 for 3 PCs) – Includes everything in Titanium Internet Security plus 10 GB secure online backup with sync and sharing features, system optimization, Secure Erase, Wi-Fi protection and Remote File Lock to remotely secure confidential files in case your PC is stolen.

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