Cross-Device Security Means “All Access”
You may have a laptop, desktop, netbook, notebook, Ultrabook, tablet, Mac, or mobile phone. You might be single, married, or have ten kids. Either way, you probably have at least one, if not six or more, devices requiring comprehensive security. My family of four has 12 devices, all of which I do my best to lock down like the digital equivalent of Fort Knox.
In order to manage multiple devices “cross-platform,” wherein one device may run Mac OS X while another runs Windows, while your phone is completely different, you need a security solution that is comprehensive, affordable, and straightforward.
PC Magazine selected McAfee All Access for its Editors’ Choice Award, scoring the product with 4.5 stars out of 5 and praising the thoroughness of the protection offered, for any and all devices an individual or a household might own.
McAfee All Access Wins Editors’ Choice Award
In contrast to traditional consumer security products that only offer per-device subscriptions, McAfee All Access is the first solution that uniquely protects all of the PCs, Macs, smartphones, and tablets owned by an individual or household. By providing consumers with a simple, cost-effective means to holistically safeguard all of their devices, McAfee All Access also represents a fundamental shift in the way consumers think about security.
McAfee All Access users can download, activate and manage essential protections from a central console, enabling them to safeguard personal data, defend against malware, and protect kids as they browse online by allowing parents to filter inappropriate content, including YouTube videos and explicit music lyrics, and monitor the use of social media.
Learn more about McAfee All Access.
Robert Siciliano is an Online Security Evangelist to McAfee. See him discussing identity theft on YouTube.(Disclosures)
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