New security solution offers anytime, anywhere user protection

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As growing numbers of devices are connected to the internet, security and privacy concerns grow. Businesses are looking for solutions that provide protection for both the endpoint and the network.

Israel-based Allot Communications is announcing a new collaboration with Intel Security to introduce McAfee Unified Security Powered by Allot, providing complete end-to-end security capabilities.

The solution blends advanced threat detection technologies in the network and at the endpoint with customer intelligence and comprehensive personalization capabilities to deliver a scalable platform that simplifies security service activation, service awareness, operation and management. Deployed by communication service providers (CSPs) as a value-added security service to their customers, it offers comprehensive protection for users at home, at work and on-the-go, and features a consumer-friendly interface and simple self-management capabilities.

"With the proliferation of mobile devices and the exponential growth in IoT, the combination of Intel Security's expertise in the cyber security domain with Allot's vast experience in the CSP network-based Security as a Service market delivers immediate and unparalleled value for operators and consumers alike", says Andrei Elefant, president and CEO at Allot Communications. "We see significant interest in the joint solution, including several engagements in progress. We are excited about this collaboration and are looking forward to working jointly with Intel Security and to expanding Allot's global reach".

Unified Security works with devices ranging from smartphones and tablets to gaming consoles, smart TVs and more. It can help guard against bots, malware, phishing and spam, plus it uses Intel's True Key to allow users to sign in using features that are unique to them instead of having to remember passwords. Additional features include ad blocking and parental controls.

You can find out more on the Allot website.

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