powered by F-Secure
Free for 30 days. Only $4.95/mo. afterwards.
Be free of worrying about the security of your devices. Get virus protection that’s always-on and automatically updated.
Keep your Internet connection secure. All online data is encrypted, so online criminals can’t spy or steal your sensitive information.
Keep your identity yours. Receive alerts if an online service has leaked personal data or information and get instructions on what to do for each type of data that’s exposed.
Go online and surf carefree. Browser Protection detects if a website is classified as malicious and blocks it, while Banking Protection cuts off potentially unsecure connections from your computer when logging into your online bank.
Enjoy access to safe and secure storage. Retrieve passwords and credit card numbers easily from any device and get analysis of current passwords for weak or duplicate entries.
The TDS® Whole Home Wi-Fi Security Pack includes TDS® Whole Home Wi-Fi, Internet Security, and Remote PC Support.
Internet Security Suite is compatible with Android, iOS, Windows- and Mac-supported devices.
Free antivirus is good against very basic threats, but not much else. Free software also lacks vital features like blocking malicious websites that try to steal your login information, so it’s not really suited to protect you against modern threats. The great thing about Internet Security Suite is it protects you from all these modern threats while being incredibly easy to use. You get peace of mind without having to make the effort.
Using Mac does protect you against many, but not all traditional viruses. Many modern threats don‘t come in the form of viruses. Instead, things like phishing attempts in the form of malicious websites that look like your Facebook or other login page but trick you into giving criminals your username and password. This Internet Security app and Safe Browsing feature blocks these websites.
It’s a common thought that online criminals would choose their targets based on value, but their approach is that of casting a very wide net and hoping someone will fall into their trap.
It’s easy to think only computer illiterate people would fall for an online scam. But fake emails and websites that criminals send are becoming more and more sophisticated. Anyone can be caught in a moment when they are busy or distracted enough to open a malicious link, nobody is at their most attentive all the time, and criminals know it.
Yes, it’s an easy and effective way to protect your devices and identity. Think of it this way: Is it worth a few dollars a month to know your devices are safe and your risk of becoming an identity theft victim is significantly reduced? We understand it may seem like paying for nothing, but so is car insurance until you need it.