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Kaspersky launches IT security for small businesses

Kaspersky Small Office Security, the security solution built specifically for businesses with less than 25 employees by Kaspersky can now be obtained in Sri Lanka.

The latest product from the Kaspersky Laboratory provides protection and easy use without the need for specialist IT skills. The new features make it easier to focus valuable resources on running and developing the business while keeping operations, customer's and employee's data secure.

According to a recent survey, the share of companies that allow use of employee's personal devices within the corporate network had grown to 62% in 2014. However, although businesses realise that customer's personal information (25%), payment requisites (13%) and trade secrets (12%) are among the top priorities of their information security needs, they keep taking basic protective measures, relying, for example, on free anti-malware products.

"Running a small business can be exciting and fun, but being small doesn't mean being less noticeable by cyber criminals. It's important for businesses to pay more attention to ensure their cyber security and Kaspersky Small Office Security has made it easy," said Head of Endpoint Product Management, Kaspersky Laboratory, Konstantin Voronkov.

"It's straightforward to install, simple to configure and easy to maintain, so that business owners can get on with doing what they do best, making the company a success," he said.

Managing Director, South Asia, Kaspersky Laboratory, Altaf Halde arrived in Sri Lanka to launch the new product, which is marketed by Avian, a diversified group of companies with an interests in IT, leisure and apparel industries.

"Small Businesses have been a big revenue contributor to South Asian countries and are growing at a tremendous pace. The new version of the product brings in more advanced abilities to handle all the IT Security concerns without compromising on the ease of use," he said.

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