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M-Systems Xkey with McAfee VirusScan capabilities
Mark Peters : April 4th 2005 - 07:50 CET
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M-SystemsM-Systems Xkey with McAfee VirusScan capabilities : M-Systems has partnered with McAfee to bring its McAfee VirusScan anti-virus security capabilities to the Xkey product line. Corporations instituting the Xkey solution will not only reap the benefits of enhanced security capabilities offered by the device, but will also have access to McAfee's renowned security applications. For the first time, users and corporations will have a reliable USB flash drive that includes a dedicated anti-virus application. The additional security options will further assure consumers and corporations that data stored and extracted from the mobility appliance will have complete up-to-date virus protection.
M-Systems Xkey with McAfee VirusScan capabilitiesM-Systems - Anti-virus solution
Nimrod Reichenberg, director marketing for M-Systems' Xkey said : "The lack of an up-to-date anti-virus solution has always been a prime concern when employees work outside of the company network. Xkey mobility appliance was designed to enable resident applications, such as McAfee's, eliminating the need to verify that a maintained anti-virus application is installed on every remote machine. This empowers users to securely move beyond the perimeter of the enterprise for full functioning, secure storage and computing capabilities on the go."

M-Systems - Automatically scanned
The addition of McAfee VirusScan technology is virtually invisible to the user and has no impact on device performance. Once the device is inserted into the USB port, all files residing on the secure drive, as well as the host machine's memory will be automatically scanned. Additionally, when the user is online, the drive will receive automatic updates from McAfee maintaining up-to-date virus protection. McAfee-enabled Xkey devices will be available early Q2 2005.

McAfee - McAfee VirusScan
"Allowing users to carry our McAfee VirusScan solution with them on the Xkey ensures their working environment is protected regardless if they are working from their home PC or abroad," said Todd Gebhart, senior vice president, Global Service Provider and OEM, McAfee. "The device has pushed the technology to a place where it can host applications, and we are happy to add McAfee VirusScan anti-virus protection expertise to this new model of mobile endpoint security."





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