Mumbai, May 2, 2013: eScan, one of the leading Anti-Virus and Content Security Solution providers has introduced a new and indispensable Anti-Theft feature in eScan Tablet and Mobile security. This new feature ensures complete protection to Tablet and mobile devices by preventing unauthorized access in the event the device is lost or stolen.
The added attribute has specifically been focused on assisting end consumers track their lost/stolen Android-based devices with utmost expediency. In order to take benefit of this feature, customers will need to either login to their existing eScan Anti-Theft account or create a new account. The inimitable Locate Device feature will help track the location of the lost Tablet by making use of the devices built-in GPS finder. Moreover, misplaced devices can now be located by making use of the recently implemented Scream feature.
eScan’s Anti-Theft feature enhancement is optimally done to prevent misuse while also being able to locate the stolen/lost Android device. The Wipe Data, which is a distinctive feature, enables users to remotely delete Call logs and SMSs from a mobile device that is either lost or stolen. By enabling Device Block feature, users can remotely restrict access to their mobile and tablet device.
Talking about the newly introduced feature Mr. Govind Rammurthy, CEO & Managing Director, eScan said, “The Anti-Theft feature will guarantee paramount safety for Android-based tablets and mobile phones by allowing users to accurately track and locate their lost/ stolen device. Also, with this newly added feature, it incorporates the preliminary specialized security solution which prevents malware, Trojans, and other evolving cyber threats. It also scans newly downloaded and installed applications.”
Mr. Sunil Kripalani, Senior Vice President – Global Sales & Marketing, eScan said, “In case of lost or stolen device, users many a times lose their important data. Hence, this enhancement will protect their data in such unforeseen circumstances. Moreover, it will surely open a big window for us in terms of volume deals with telecom operators, ISPs and OEM worldwide.”