The Polish premiere of Bitdefender GravityZone is coming soon

Bitdefender informs that soon the Bitdefender GravityZone solution will appear on the Polish market, which is based on the specially created neural network protection system BRAIN (Bitdefender Reflective Artificial Intelligence Networks), which is called the anti-virus artificial intelligence. The system processes almost 200,000 queries per second from users around the world, extracting patterns of malware and stops threats even within 3 seconds after they are released. In addition, the latest version of the Bitdefender GravityZone software is extended with additional modules:

Device control - which is to help prevent computer infections by connecting unauthorized mobile devices to them, etc. Thanks to this, the administrator can create a list of trusted devices that will be able to connect to the computer,

Power User - that is, the ability to grant administrator level privileges to the selected end user. It can be used especially where the company eg has many locations. These permissions allow you to access endpoints and modify security settings using a local console.

An even more functional and transparent console for central management. Bitdefender, will show us its main advantages, above all during physical machine scanning processes.

This process does not run entirely on the scanned device, but is transferred to another dedicated center. In this way, it effectively minimizes the load on the scanned machine. Customers who have previous versions of Bitdefender software will be able to use the free upgrade. The premiere of the latest version of Bitdefender GravityZone is scheduled for the second half of May 2015.

source: Bitdefender

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