The newest in antivirus software – 2021

The newest in antivirus software – 2021

Did you know we give our computers access to important yet sensitive data just by living? Activities like internet banking and logging into work portals with access to all your client’s information can make your computer a rabbit hole for personal data.

Because of the high volume of precious data each computer stores, it is important to keep these details safe and secure from online criminals. That is why the Super IT Solutions team prioritise antivirus protection and make it our mission to proactively stay updated with the latest advanced software.

Just like iPhone and Samsung models, new upgraded antivirus software’s are released from time to time. In 2021, the latest software has been a game-changer!

The most effective software yet, let us introduce you to SentinelOne’s EDR technology. SentinelOne is a leader in innovative cybersecurity, the official Cybersecurity Partner of Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One Team, their new EDR technology is ground-breaking and ahead of the game.

Learn more on this software and how you can get it below.

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What is SentinelOne’s EDR Technology?

The newest antivirus protection, SentinelOne’s EDR technology (endpoint detection and response), is the updated approach to fighting viruses and malicious applications, including the elusive ransomware and crypto locker attacks.

Traditional protection is no longer the best defence in risk mitigation, as it is now considered outdated and not as effective. Advanced viruses

now expect and outsmart the classic antivirus, evolving with foreign attacks that are newfangled.

This is where EDR differs.

EDR technology’s modern approach is built to combine prevention, detection and response in one complete platform. An industry-first, this software has a cohesive view of all, allowing a real-time and autonomous security layer to be applied to all assets.

There is no comparison with its traditional competitors with its modern tactics, policy-driven response capabilities and bespoke approach to combating attacks. This makes the contemporary practice of EDR vital in securing your device.

Who can use SentinelOne’s EDR Technology?

It doesn’t matter if you have a large or small corporation, EDR Technology is available for both personal and corporate uses on all scales.

EDR can be used on Windows and macOS, making it compatible with PC or Mac. It is also available for all workstations and supported environments.

Getting EDR Technology

Are you interested in getting the best protection around for your computer? Offered exclusively, customers of Super IT Solutions have access to this leading software of $11 per month for each computer.

Do you already have an existing antivirus subscription? As an existing Super IT Solution customer, the switch to EDR is quick and straightforward.

If you decide to move over, we can discount the remaining credit from your existing antivirus subscription cost to this new software. The current antivirus pricing you are on costs you $66 per computer per year.

We understand this upgrade may have an increased expense but compared to the fee of having your data encrypted; there is no competition.

If you are interested in changing your antivirus to EDR protection or have a question about this software, reach out to the experts at Super IT Solutions! Specialising in corporate IT services, you can trust our team! Contact us on 13 86 26 for all enquiries.

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Early Bird back to school laptop specials!

*** Extended to the 31st Jan 2020 ***

Get in early and scoop up one of these back to school laptop specials.

All laptops bought through us, before the 14th 31st of January 2020, will receive a FREE 12 month subscription antivirus valued at $66.

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Usually, this is untrue & they’ve obtained your password from a website that’s been hacked recently. Since many people use the same password for many things, this may also be your email password.

If you have been using the same password for years, it can feel difficult to change it after so long a time, however it’s quite important to do so.

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Malware tricks you into installing software that allows scammers to access your files and track what you are doing, while ransomware demands payment to ‘unlock’ your computer or files.

What are the warning signs?

You receive an email or social media message out of the blue that claims to contain links to a topical news item or something ‘interesting’, and you are asked to download software in order to view the material.

Music files, games, or access to adult sites are offered free of charge if you download a particular program or agree to a pop-up box.

Pop-up boxes start appearing on your computer screen. These may have simple questions or a button that says ‘close’.

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