Flash drive with built-in protection

MALWARE PROTECTION: The T-Drive Pro has a virus detection and removal engine.

NETWORK security expert Tech Titan Ltd has partnered with antivirus solution provider Kaspersky Lab to introduce a USB drive that protects users from malware.

Most organisations and individuals rely heavily on Flash drives to move files quickly between different computers but this poses a security risk as they are among the most common carriers of malware.

The Tech Titan T-Drive Pro Flash drive nips the problem in the bud with a USB-KAV realtime virus detection and disinfection engine that protects and guards the device against malware.

It also has a “vaccine” feature aptly called Antibody that can disable the autoplay function of the Flash drive to avoid virus attacks and protect important systems files even before USB-KAV launches.

There is also a password-protected Virtual Private Disk function for data security and privacy.

Also bundled in the package are Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 (for up to 3 PCs) with a one-year license, Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Mac with a six-month licence, Kaspersky Mobile Security and Kaspersky Tablet Security.

The T-Drive Pro is 8GB in size and comes with a one-year licence for USB-KAV.

It retails for RM179. — ZAM KARIM

++++ www.tech-titan.com

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