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Kaspersky launches antivirus for small entrepreneurs

Tinuku ~ Kaspersky presents Kaspersky Small Office Security (KSOS) as a special antivirus for small entrepreneurs in Indonesia. Kaspersky Labs sees the small and medium enterprise sector is the backbone of the Indonesian economy because of its enormous amount of business and enterprise.

Tinuku Kaspersky launches antivirus for small entrepreneurs

Aware of this, Kapersky security company presents a special antivirus for small entrepreneurs is Kaspersky Small Office Security (KSOS). This antivirus is claimed to provide protection to stop ransomware, protection of online financial transactions and protection from other threats.

"Small entrepreneurs have a big contribution to the nation's economy, so Kaspersky Labs is developing solutions for companies with 5 to 50 employees," said Silvia Ng, General Manager of SEA Kaspersky Labs, Friday, May 19, 2017.

Unfortunately, many small businesses do not care about IT security. They think small companies will not be targets of cyber crime. In fact, anyone can be a cyber crime target. In addition, most small also choose to save budget for others.

Kaspersky founded in 1997 has prepared antivirus packages at affordable prices. Jemmy Handinata, Pre-Sales Specialist of Kaspersky Labs Indonesia, said the antivirus for small entrepreneurs is available in several packages for 5 users, 10 users and 25 users.

A small business has 5 employees enough to just buy one package for 5 users. Kaspersky Labs not only provides protection for desktop and laptop computers, but also protection for smartphones with Android OS and iOS on every package.

"For the protection of mobile devices, Kaspersky Small Office Security can do antitheft, so when the lost device can be tracked with GPS technology and remotely manage," said Handinata.
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