Security Software for Individual Personal Computers Released
Individual PC users can now control what happens to the e-mail messages and attachments sent from their computers. A new PC security software product called Essential Security Suite allows individuals to prevent their outbound messages and files from being forwarded, saved, printed or “screen-captured” by the recipient.
The Dallas-based Essential Security Software, an innovator in digital rights management (DRM) software, last month announced the official release of its new encryption software, which is said to be the only such product designed for use on the individual PC. Similar software products have been designed for corporations but require network server support and cost considerably more, according to officials.
“Individual and small-business PC users need the ability to protect their outgoing documents from unwanted distribution,” said company spokesman Zachary Price. “This community of users has been totally disregarded by other security companies.”
The company’s Web site <www.essentialsecurity.com> offers easy-to-follow tutorials that are quick and to-the-point. Complete with audio and an animated professor, the instructions and demos reflect the simplicity and ease of using the product. Essential Security Suite can be purchased through the company’s Web site for $149 per user license. A 10-day fully functional free trial version of the software is available for download.
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