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Trusteer launches 'Apex' zero-day protection software in Europe

John E Dunn | April 19, 2013
Security firm Trusteer believes it has invented the first ever system that can reliably block attacks targeting vulnerabilities in a clutch of common applications such as Java, and Adobe’s Flash and PDF Reader.

Deployed either as a convention install or as a download for mobile or remote users directed to a web portal, enterprises could use the protection with almost no overhead.

Trusteer wasn't willing to give pricing which will vary by volume. A guide for smaller installs might be around $35 per seat.

The company admits it has uncovered interest from consumers for its software, but is likely to follow the model that worked for Rapport; let large enterprises offer protection for their customers if they think it worth doing so.


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