New Delhi, India, November 16, 2015: F Secure has announced its partnership with Panache, a brand of Vardhaman Technology to safeguard its Air PC computer-on-a-stick experience and enable its users to stay protected from online threats. The Panache brand will be employing the online privacy and cyber Security Company’s world class internet security to fortify the device’s usage.
Mr. Anupam Rahi, Head DC Business, F-Secure, commented, “We are glad that Panache picked F-Secure’s award-winning Internet Security to protect its customers from online threats. We see people are moving to internet banking because of the ease of transaction and this also expose them to a number of online threats and safety of the transaction becomes critical. F-Secure Internet security will ensure privacy and safety of the transactions and complete peace of mind. Among other features also included is ‘Parental Control’ to help parents ensure safety of their child by deciding what content their children can see while they go online.”
Mr. Amit Rambhia, Founder and Managing Director, Panache said: “As we are keen to ensure that our customers consumers to go about their digital lives without the fear of Internet threats, our partnership with F Secure becomes significant. Consumer safety is always our first priority and we are sure F Secure will help us fulfill that commitment.”
Panache launched “Air PC– the world’s smallest PC-on-stick” earlier this month and available in two variants (16GB and 32GB) along with one year free subscription of F-Secure Internet Security for the Indian consumer. The device looks like just another ordinary USB storage drive which when plugged into the HDMI port of any TV, turns it into a fully functional Windows PC. You just need a keyboard and mouse and you’re ready to go. F‑Secure Internet Security’s award-winning protection let its users to live their digital life without worrying and its uniquely designed protection system makes it one step ahead of the cybercriminals and help keep information safe without sacrificing the performance.
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