eVolve Technologies appointed F-Secure security devices agent

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e-Volve Technologies Ltd. has been appointed as sole agent to distribute F-Secure internet and mobile security products in Sri Lanka.  Abans Plc is the authorised reseller, making the products are available at Abans showrooms and retail outlets islandwide. “We are honoured to be part of a high-end Internet and Mobile security distribution network,” e-Volve Technologies Managing Director K.P.L. Pintoe said. “With increased usage of internet and smart phones for day to day activities, it is important to protect personal and business information from malware and cybercriminals.” “F-Secure internet security protects your digital content and you, with real-time protection against malware, hackers and identity theft. Your online transactions are secured with banking protection and you and your children are protected against harmful and unsavoury websites,” he added. F-Secure protection technologies have won the ‘Best Protection’ award from AV-Test for three consecutive years in a row. Given by independent expert organisations, they are a testament of consistent performance in every single rigorous test throughout the year. It is a guarantee that you are using the very best security available. “Cyber criminals use known vulnerabilities to attack businesses. Once an attack has penetrated the network, it can cause serious damage, and even endanger business continuity. Even a single malware infection can bring business operations to a grinding halt. Without the additional protection layers offered by a dedicated anti-virus solution, malware can result in the contamination of the whole corporate network,” the company explained. Stressing on the dangers, the company said: “Every time your computer connects to a network and communicates with other computers, you place yourself and loved ones at risk. By adopting security measures, you can minimise this risk, which takes essentially one of three forms. One is infection of your computer’s hard drive with software designed for malicious purposes. A second risk is identity theft, which has led in some cases to actual monetary theft. A third risk is reaching and attracting minors over the internet.”