Swipe Telecom Aims to Enhance Tablet Security in India, Brings Out Quick Heal Mobile Security Tool

    California based Swipe Telecom is well known for its innovative devices such as 3D tablets. The company has signed a tie up in order to offer ‘complete security' in its tablets. According to the tip up, the Swipe tablets will be pre-installed with Quick Heal Mobile Security (QHMS) solution.

    QHMS is a simpler, faster and powerful security solution by Quick Heal Technologies, India's leading security software solutions provider. By collaborating with the software company, Swipe has taken a step to help consumers to stay secured. Quick Heal Mobile Security (QHMS) is available with a free subscription of two months and can also be downloaded from the Swipe App Store.

     

    As Android is an open platform, it is susceptible to many external threats like viruses, hacks and more. Hence, it is highly important to secure the devices using some software. QHMS is an easy-to-use mobile security solution with numerous features that help keep the devices protected from viruses. The initiative will support Swipe Telecom's efforts in making its devices safe and secure as users are becoming wary of the potential data threat tablets face in the current scenario.

    Swipe Telecom Aims to Enhance Tablet Security in India

    The security solution includes a host of features such as Anti-Theft feature, which helps lock the device, secure confidential data and locate lost device. The automatic real-time virus and spyware scan comes with optional manual scan for installed applications. The SMS and Call block features allow users to effectively control spam messages and create a Black list to keep a check over unwanted SMSs and calls. It is also an effective and smart way of preventing Inbox from getting crowded with pop-up messages or advertisements.

    Speaking on the occasion Mr. Shripal Gandhi, Founder & CEO, Swipe Telecom said, "In 2013, users are expected to carry out more financial transactions through their android devices, thus increasing the risk factor of malicious attacks. However, only a fraction of 6-8% of tablets and fablets are protected by security software, despite a rise in the amount of malware targeted at mobile devices. With a visible upward trend in m- payments and m-commerce in India we at Swipe Telecom are sensitive to the situation and hence are offering security solutions to all our users. In the future, we hope to keep the momentum going and constantly innovate and offer value added solutions to all our users."

     

    Also, Mr. Abhijit Jorvekar, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Quick Heal Technologies said, "Mobile devices are individual-centric technologies that have gradually become an indispensable and important part of our lives. Our research and development is aimed at addressing the security concerns of users considering the amount of data that a mobile device can carry. Quick Heal Mobile Security is again a very simple, easy to use, yet powerful solution for safeguarding mobile devices. This association with Swipe Telecom is an excellent opportunity to turn heads and achieve critical market space by bringing two technology innovators together to provide easily accessible and trustworthy solutions."

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