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There is no way out to protect the laptop from virus. You might be checking your mails and due to that also virus can enter your laptop. But the best way to be safe is to install the antivirus software.

Antivirus software method protects your laptop from worms, Trojan and lots of different sorts of threats. Without an antivirus application your laptop is liable to these sorts of attacks. Setup the Window packets to automatically updating if anything new is found or the screen pops up whenever the laptop is turned on or while you are installing or downloading anything new then it warns you if it is harmful to download. For online antivirus software you can avail Computer SW promotional codes.

Follow these simple steps to be safe and secure your data from virus.

1. Decide if you wish to pay some extra cash and procure your antivirus software system or use a free antivirus application.

2. If you opt to procure your antivirus software system you will be able to pip out directly from the antivirus company or head bent your native store with an electronic section and pip out there.

3. If you opt to transfer a free antivirus application you will be able to transfer it directly from the antivirus company’s web site. If you have got dial-up web it’s going to take hours to transfer.

4. Run the installer for your antivirus application. Follow all the steps specifically because the installer says too. Regarding all antivirus installers setup the antivirus application for optimum protection.

5. Run the installer for your antivirus application.

6. Once it is installed it’s a decent plan to visualize for updates if the installer did not get it on throughout the installation.

7. Once everything is setup and updated it’s conjointly a decent plan to run a scan and take away any virus which will be present in your laptop before the antivirus application was runned.

8. Analyzed your antivirus application before you install it.

9. Install only one application at a time because if there are more applications then their results will also vary. So put the best antivirus software that is most excellent.

10. Backup your laptop before installing in simply to be safe if something goes wrong.

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Securing the network is only the first step in an organization’s security policy. Once done, creating a safe baseline is the next essential step. A network scanner, however, can help automate this task, allowing your IT administrators to concentrate on other tasks.

So how can a network scanner help you maintain a secure network?

What is important is that you continuously monitoring your network. Just because you have no vulnerabilities today, it does not follow that you will have no vulnerabilities tomorrow – even if nothing on your network changes in between. Every day, new vulnerabilities are found in software, hardware and configurations previously thought to be perfectly safe.

So what should we be looking for with our network scanner in order to keep our network secure?

Missing Patches:

As a start we need to make sure that all of our software, whether it’s our operating system or a third party application, is fully updated with the latest security patches that are issued by its respective vendors. Un-patched software is a weakness in our network’s armor that can be exploited by attackers from within or outside the organization.

New vulnerabilities:

Not all discovered vulnerabilities are patched immediately. This is especially true of 0-day vulnerabilities, as these would not yet have been analyzed by the vendor, had a fix designed, developed, and distributed. This process can take weeks, even months.. During that period, malware developers will use this vulnerability as an attack vector, continuing to do so for at least a few months after a fix is made available. Knowing such vulnerabilities exist will help your system administrator to take remedial action where possible. This will ensure that the vulnerability will not be easily exploitable by attackers; even if that means banning the use of such software until a fix is available.

Changes to The network:

You also need to monitor on a continuous basis every change that is made to the network or its configuration – even if it’s just adding a printer. You should also be monitoring your computers, looking at changes like the installation of new software, the creation of new users, or even new open shares. Changes can cause numerous problems, making it harder to properly test patches prior to their deployment. Also, the change itself can increase the vulnerability of your network. Even a network printer can become a liability if attackers manage to connect to it using default credentials, thereby obtaining access to the last X number of documents that were printed from that printer.

The level of network security will greatly improve if you use a network scanner to monitor these areas discussed above. Automating the process not only makes it easier but gives network administrators more time for other equally important tasks. IF the network scanner detects any changes, the network administrators can investigate to see if the situation warrants any action. A robust network scanner is an essential tool to use if you are keen on securing your network on a daily basis.

This guest post was provided by Emmanuel Carabott on behalf of GFI Software Ltd. GFI is a leading software developer that provides a single source for network administrators to address their network security, content security and messaging needs. Discover what other benefits a network security scanner can offer your organization.

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Corero Network Security plans to make inroads into the Thai market next year to capitalise on increased information security spending.

The US-based online security firm wants to tap the local telecommunications sector, government agencies and educational institutions.

“We’re looking to set up a local office here in 2013,” said Eryin Halmen, Corero’s newly appointed manager for Southeast Asia.

Mr Halmen calls Thailand a key strategic country in Southeast Asia and one of its highest information-technology (IT) spenders.

“Having a local operating unit will help us serve more local needs,” he said.

Corero pioneered products to counter distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.

DDoS occurs when a multitude of compromised systems attack a single target, thereby causing denial of service to users of the targeted system.

The firm is introducing its First Line product to stop DDoS attacks, protect IT infrastructure and eliminate system downtime.

Mr Halmen said the number of application-layer attacks is on the rise.

Unlike conventional network-layer DDoS attacks, application attacks fall below the bandwidth-consumption radar and are harder to identify and stop.

Research by Infonetics shows the market for DDoS protection is growing rapidly and will be valued at US$450 million by 2015.

Forrester Research has named DDoS protection a top-five security technology opportunity in the next three years.

In the past, firewall and intrusion prevention systems were the anchor of protection for large organisations.

But these technologies were not purpose-built to withstand the new attacks and are falling short, leaving firms vulnerable.

Mr Halmen said Corero has appointed two main distributors _ Information Security Consultant and BlueZebra.

Source : bangkokpost.com/ Business > Economics

AMSTERDAM & SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AVG Technologies (NYSE: AVG), the provider of Internet and mobile security to 128 million active users, is proud to have recently received a series of notable honors and accolades from influential industry publications in the U.S. and in Europe.

The company has been widely regarded as a leader in consumer Internet security solutions for more than 20 years. Since 2008, AVG has expanded its product portfolio to include system optimization, social media aggregation, family safety, cloud storage and mobile security solutions, all designed to provide consumers with complete peace of mind on the Internet.

Earlier this month, PCMag awarded AVG’s Family Safety product with 4.5 out of a possible five stars, also endowing the solution with Editor’s Choice honors as the leading security software application in its sector. AVG Family Safety acts as a virtual guardian for children, enabling them to roam freely online while still ensuring they are protected at all times. The product is also currently in the running for a Top People’s Choice honor in the American Business Award competition for the software-security solution category.

In addition, in the U.S., AVG’s core product AVG Antivirus Free 2012 has earned PCMag’s Editors Choice distinction and a 4.5 star rating from CNET as a top Internet security solution in its class. Softpedia also awarded the solution with a full five stars along with its “Softpedia Pick” designation. German outlet CHIP.DE named AVG Antivirus Free 2012 as a top-100 download, while UK-based outlet Computer Shopper gave the solution a full five-star rating.

Not to be overshadowed by its consumer-focused counterpart, AVG Internet Security Business Edition received a Best Channel designation by Business Solutions Magazine. AVG Business Edition 2012 is a robust, resource-friendly security software solution for today’s small- and medium-sized businesses. The 2012 version software is faster, lighter and easier to use than ever before.

“We are extremely pleased that AVG products are receiving such a high level of praise and acknowledgement from these important and influential industry outlets,” said JR Smith, CEO of AVG Technologies. “As we continue to enhance our product portfolio to provide our customers with even more easy-to-use solutions that make their online experiences safer, faster and easier, we’re expecting to continue the momentum in the time ahead.”

AVG’s mission is to simplify, optimize and secure the Internet experience, providing peace of mind to a connected world. AVG’s powerful yet easy-to-use software and online services put users in control of their Internet experience. By choosing AVG’s software and services, users become part of a trusted global community that benefits from inherent network effects, mutual protection and support. AVG has grown its user base to 128 million active users as of June 30, 2012 and offers a product portfolio that targets the consumer and small business markets and includes Internet security, PC performance optimization, online backup, mobile security, identity protection and family safety software.

Source :  businesswire.com

Kingston Upon Thames, United Kingdom, August 05, 2012 –(PR.com)– Acunetix (http://www.acunetix.com/), developer of leading website security scanning software, today announced that it has teamed up with Bitdefender® (http://www.bitdefender.com/), the award-winning provider of innovative internet security solutions, to allow users of WebsiteDefender (http://www.websitedefender.com/) to benefit from having their website scanned by Bitdefender’s comprehensive malware detection technology.

With approximately 3 million reported incidents of web malware discovered daily, more and more people are turning to WebsiteDefender. WebsiteDefender is an online service that scans websites for malware (http://www.websitedefender.com/malware/malware-scan/), monitors for web vulnerabilities and provides automated daily backups. This helps prevent websites getting hacked or blacklisted by Google.

Bitdefender’s industry leading malware technology is one of the most robust and comprehensive within the website security industry. By checking the website with Bitdefender anti-malware technology, WebsiteDefender users now have additional website security and peace of mind.

“Our partnership with Bitdefender will allow us to offer a complete malware scanning solution within WebsiteDefender, an industry first. Coupled with its innovative backup feature, WebsiteDefender provides malware detection and easy removal. WebsiteDefender further establishes itself as the leading website security monitoring service, allowing users to secure their web presence against malware and hackers without the need for advanced security know-how,” said Nick Galea, CEO of Acunetix.

“We are confident that a multiple award-winning technology with a long-standing tradition in leading the way in terms of proactive data protection is a strong asset for any WebsiteDefender user,” said Peter Laakkonen, Bitdefender’s General Manager of OEM and Technology Licensing. “This partnership is an excellent addition to the Bitdefender OEM portfolio that caters to all website owners’ data security and business protection needs.”

Start Protecting Your Website Against Malware Today

Get a free malware scan for your website or blog by signing up for a free WebsiteDefender account at https://dashboard.websitedefender.com/register-for-free-website-scan.php. Upgrade to WebsiteDefender Pro to have your website scanned daily for malware against the Bitdefender database. For a step-by-step on how to get started, visit http://www.websitedefender.com/getting-started.

About WebsiteDefender
WebsiteDefender is an online security service developed by Acunetix, a pioneer in web security and the developer of Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner. WebsiteDefender monitors websites and blogs for hacker activity, detects web malware and vulnerabilities. It audits website security and provides the user with easy to understand solutions that ensures website security. For more information please visit http://www.websitedefender.com and ‘Like’ our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/WebsiteDefender.

About Acunetix
Acunetix was founded in 2004 to combat the alarming rise in web attacks and is now a market leader in web application security technology. Its flagship product, Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner (WVS), is designed to replicate a hacker’s methodology to find dangerous vulnerabilities like SQL Injection and Cross-Site Scripting before hackers do. Acunetix Customers (http://www.acunetix.com/vulnerability-scanner/customers.htm) include the Pentagon, the London Stock Exchange, Cisco, NASA, the US Air Force, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and many more. For more information visit http://www.acunetix.com and ‘Like’ the Acunetix Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/acunetix.

About BitDefender® OEM
BitDefender has become a preferred choice for leading Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), hardware vendors, service providers, and marketing companies worldwide, who want to license content security technology and implement them within their products. More information about BitDefender and its OEM products are available at the company’s OEM solutions portal.

About Bitdefender®
Bitdefender is the creator of one of the industry’s fastest and most effective lines of internationally certified internet security software. Since 2001, Bitdefender has been an industry pioneer, introducing and developing award-winning protection technologies. Every day, Bitdefender secures the digital experience of tens of millions of home and corporate users across the globe. Bitdefender solutions are distributed by a global network of value-added distribution and reseller partners in countries across the world.

Recently, the company has won a range of key independent recommendations in the US, UK and across Europe, including ConsumerSearch, Which?, Stiftung Warentest and Taenk. Bitdefender antivirus technology has also finished top in leading industry tests from both AV Test and AV-Comparatives. More information about Bitdefender and its products is available from the company’s security solutions press room. Additionally, Bitdefender publishes the HOTforSecurity blog, a sizzling blend of steamy computer security stories and stimulating visuals that spotlights the seedy underworld of internet fraud, scams, malicious software – and gossip.

Source : http://www.pr.com/press-release/432029

NEW YORK, July 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — This week, a select group of high school teachers from around the country will begin a high-intensity boot camp program at the downtown Brooklyn campus of Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly). But rather than scaling walls or doing push-ups, these educators will be learning the ropes in computer security as part of a program to help teachers mentor the cyber security experts of tomorrow.

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The National Science Foundation (NSF)-sponsored program is a collaboration between NYU-Poly and CUNY New York City College of Technology.  It is an outgrowth of NYU-Poly’s Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW), an annual competition that unites teams of high school and college students for a week of white-hat hacking, forensics, capture-the-flag and embedded systems challenges. Now in its ninth year, CSAW is a premier cyber security education event, attracting students from across the globe.

CSAW Cyber Security Summer Boot Camp is part of NYU-Poly study funded by the NSF to gauge the effectiveness of cyber security competitions in encouraging high schoolers to pursue careers in the field. It will also explore ways of boosting the number of women entering cyber security. Women and minorities are dramatically underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.

Twenty-six high school math and science teachers from 13 states will participate in this first, all-expense-paid CSAW Cyber Security Summer Boot Camp. Teachers will receive training in the fundamentals of cyber forensics and other security-related disciplines. They will participate in cyber security challenges similar to those mounted each year at CSAW. Teachers will also learn to integrate cyber security into their computer science curricula for the classroom.

Leading the effort is Nasir Memon, professor of computer science and director of NYU-Poly’s internationally recognized Information Systems and Internet Security Lab. “The mission of CSAW is to build the skills of future cyber security leaders, but the finals run just one week — students with an interest in this field will reap tremendous benefits from having a knowledgeable mentor in their home school, working with them throughout the year,” he explained.

Memon said he receives frequent inquiries from students wishing to participate in CSAW but who are unable to find a qualified teacher to lead a school team. “This program is a first step toward increasing the number of students who will find their enthusiasm about cyber security matched and fostered by their own teachers,” he said.

The United States is facing a critical shortage of cybersecurity professionals, a situation that President Obama has deemed a national security crisis. Rising rates of cybercrime now impact nearly every sector of business as well as individuals, and estimates show that the country needs to grow its computer security workforce by at least 30,000 highly qualified professionals.

While computer security is one of the fastest-growing and most lucrative careers in the sciences, women are dramatically underrepresented. Only 10.5 percent of computer science graduates from engineering schools are women, despite the fact that women outnumber men as college graduates in general. In the United States, just 13 percent of the cyber security workforce is female, and in Europe and Asia, the number is even lower.

Boot camp participants will return to their home schools to start and mentor a team to enter the 2012 CSAW High School Cyber Forensics Challenge in November, along with a commitment to help another school in their community do the same. They will also place special focus on encouraging young women to join the teams.

“We’re aiming to create cybersecurity education evangelists, and hope that this first group of teachers will return with both the passion and the know-how to engage their students and those in neighboring schools,” Memon added. “Ultimately, this isn’t only about fun. The safety and privacy of the Internet and all our mobile devices will someday be in the hands of these students, so we had better be sure they are prepared.”

 

SOURCE Polytechnic Institute of New York University

AVG Technologies (NYSE: AVG), provider of Internet and mobile security to 114 million users, today announced its commitment to offering free 24/7 phone, 365 days per year support to AVG AntiVirus Free users globally. The free support service, which offers over the phone diagnosis of system issues by AVG experts who identify the necessary fix, is available in English via toll free local phone numbers in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, and via international access numbers for other markets.

AVG AntiVirus Free is one of the world’s most popular free antivirus software as it was the Most Downloaded Product 2011 [http://download.cnet.com/8301-2007_4-57345281-12/announcing-the-top-11-downloads-of-2011.. ] on CNET’s Download.com website. It was also awarded Editors’ Choice by PC Mag [http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2391931,00.asp ] and selected as the ‘top pick’ in PC World’s [https://www.pcworld.com/article/254121/free_antivirus_you_can_trust.html ] round up of free anti-virus solutions.

To sustain this high level of customer satisfaction, AVG engages directly with its global community of 114 million users to gather real-time feedback. In March 2012, AVG added an active “Do Not Track [http://mediacenter.avg.com/en/news/avg-introduces-do-not-track.html ]” feature to its free antivirussoftware and became the first antivirus provider to put the control of online privacy directly in the consumer’s hands. AVG is committed to overachieving on industry standard support performance metrics to deliver the highest level of support for users.

Tony Anscombe, Senior Security Evangelist at AVG, said: “Access to AVG expert support staff is a key differentiator for AVG free products. The free service is available 365 days a year and supports our free customers by ensuring the AVG software is configured to deliver maximum peace of mind and safety online.”

AVG’s free phone support service focuses on assistance with installing AVG’s products and advice on configuring the user’s computer as appropriate to optimize their experience and product benefits. Additional, AVG TechBuddy premium remote support services are available for all digital home devices, per-incident or through a subscription.

An AVG customer commented: “The service person who dealt with my issue was both polite and helpful in talking me through the process of activating my account which I had difficulty with. I told him that I was a silver surfer with limited computer knowledge, and he took me through the process at my speed with patience, and understanding.”

About AVG Technologies

AVG’s mission is to simplify, optimize and secure the Internet experience, providing peace of mind to a connected world. AVG’s powerful yet easy-to-use software and online services put users in control of their Internet experience. By choosing AVG’s software and services, users become part of a trusted global community that benefits from inherent network effects, mutual protection and support. AVG has grown its user base to 114 million active users as of March 31, 2012 and offers a product portfolio that targets the consumer and small business markets and includes Internet security, PC performance optimization, online backup, mobile security, identity protection and family safety software.

AMSTERDAM & SAN FRANCISCO, Jul 23, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) — AVG Technologies AVG -4.69% , provider of Internet and mobile security to 114 million users, today announced its commitment to offering free 24/7 phone, 365 days per year support to AVG AntiVirus Free users globally. The free support service, which offers over the phone diagnosis of system issues by AVG experts who identify the necessary fix, is available in English via toll free local phone numbers in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, and via international access numbers for other markets.

AVG AntiVirus Free is one of the world’s most popular free antivirus software as it was the Most Downloaded Product 2011 on CNET’s Download.com website. It was also awarded Editors’ Choice by PC Mag and selected as the ‘top pick’ in PC World’s round up of free anti-virus solutions.

To sustain this high level of customer satisfaction, AVG engages directly with its global community of 114 million users to gather real-time feedback. In March 2012, AVG added an active “Do Not Track” feature to its free antivirus software and became the first antivirus provider to put the control of online privacy directly in the consumer’s hands. AVG is committed to overachieving on industry standard support performance metrics to deliver the highest level of support for users.

Tony Anscombe, Senior Security Evangelist at AVG, said: “Access to AVG expert support staff is a key differentiator for AVG free products. The free service is available 365 days a year and supports our free customers by ensuring the AVG software is configured to deliver maximum peace of mind and safety online.”

AVG’s free phone support service focuses on assistance with installing AVG’s products and advice on configuring the user’s computer as appropriate to optimize their experience and product benefits. Additional, AVG TechBuddy premium remote support services are available for all digital home devices, per-incident or through a subscription.

An AVG customer commented: “The service person who dealt with my issue was both polite and helpful in talking me through the process of activating my account which I had difficulty with. I told him that I was a silver surfer with limited computer knowledge, and he took me through the process at my speed with patience, and understanding.”

About AVG Technologies

AVG’s mission is to simplify, optimize and secure the Internet experience, providing peace of mind to a connected world. AVG’s powerful yet easy-to-use software and online services put users in control of their Internet experience. By choosing AVG’s software and services, users become part of a trusted global community that benefits from inherent network effects, mutual protection and support. AVG has grown its user base to 114 million active users as of March 31, 2012 and offers a product portfolio that targets the consumer and small business markets and includes Internet security, PC performance optimization, online backup, mobile security, identity protection and family safety software.

Broomfield, CO – July 16, 2012 – Webroot, a leader in delivering Internet security as a service, today announced that Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ offerings are now listed as compatible with the Microsoft® Windows® 8 operating system, currently available as a release preview. Providing the fastest, least-disruptive, most-effective security, Webroot SecureAnywhere enables users who have installed the Windows 8 preview to get the most out of the “fast and fluid experience” Microsoft is promising with its completely reimagined Windows operating system.
Webroot offers a uniquely complementary security solution for Windows 8 users. Webroot SecureAnywhere scans three times faster, occupies 99% less space, and uses 95% less memory than the average security product, according to PassMark, an independent testing organization.*

“While there are many security solutions available today that will protect users while they are trying Microsoft’s new operating system, only Webroot SecureAnywhere will ensure that the security software doesn’t slow down the operating system or inhibit the speed at which applications open and run,” said Mike Malloy, executive vice president, Webroot Products and Strategy. “Together, Webroot SecureAnywhere and Windows 8 can deliver a revolutionary experience, protecting users and their information without asking them to sacrifice a minute of their time or have a negative effect on the device’s battery consumption.”

In a recent Anti-Virus Comparatives — Performance Test, Webroot SecureAnywhere outperformed 20 other security solutions when it came to the overall impact on system performance, earning the highest “Advanced+” three-star rating in the test. The test evaluated the impact of security suites on various activities including file copying, archiving/unarchiving, installing/uninstalling applications, launching applications, and downloading files. While the test was performed on systems running the Windows 7 operating system, the Webroot SecureAnywhere technology performs consistently in any environment given its cloud-based architecture.

Recent PassMark tests support these results, showing Webroot outperforming the major competitors in key performance metrics for both home and business solutions.* Webroot SecureAnywhere has an install size of just less than 4 MB and takes up 141 times less disk space than the leading competitor. In addition, SecureAnywhere uses 42 times less memory while the system is idle than other leading providers. With an initial scan time of less than one minute, SecureAnywhere scans three times faster than the competition and uses 19 times less memory than other leading providers.

Changing the security model with protection that suits the user: Webroot SecureAnywhere installs in six seconds and immediately scans the PC. For users who simply want their security to work for them, Webroot SecureAnywhere removes the burden by handling it automatically. For technically minded users, it features 124 settings they can customize, and advanced tools for diagnosing security problems.

Webroot SecureAnywhere enables users to manage security for all of their PCs, tablets, and mobile devices from a single web portal, with a single license. Individuals who serve as their family’s “tech expert” can be given administrative privileges to monitor their family’s protection via the web portal.

Virtually instant protection against new threats: Webroot SecureAnywhere is the first security solution to leverage comprehensive application behaviors to determine the categorization of all software, good and bad. All of the protection is delivered from a cloud database so users never have to bother with time-consuming signature updates. Every file that tries to run on a PC is analyzed and the data is fed into the Webroot Intelligence Network in the cloud. Within seconds, everyone around the world using Webroot SecureAnywhere is protected from the newest threats. If a computer is offline, Webroot SecureAnywhere monitors the system and if malicious activity is observed, it will take action against it automatically.

Webroot SecureAnywhere is now compatible with Windows 8 and available for users to download here: http://www.webroot.com/En_US/consumer-trials.html.

 

BT One Voice anywhere reduces mobile roaming costs through access to the corporate virtual private network

BT has introduced new voice application service, BT One Voice anywhere, which can be downloaded as an app for the Blackberry, iPhone, iPad, Android OS phone and tablet devices.

The new app will enable global travelling employees to take their telephony with them via a “softphone” and use speech to text voicemail translation. It also reduces mobile roaming costs through access to the corporate virtual private network (VPN).

BT One Voice anywhere couples technology with the One Voice global VPN service which extends the benefits of the VPN to users anywhere, using any device, including SIP phones.

This delivers unified communications and collaboration (UCC) capabilities to all users and can help reduce call charges and roaming charges.

The new application utilises BT One Voice VPN to reduce mobile spend for businesses with employees who travel internationally by extending organisations’ phone networks.

One Voice anywhere can integrate with new IP based platforms as well as older communications systems and allows a transparent, managed and integrated UCC environment.

It can also delivered from the cloud and can be embedded in the enterprise grade VPN application, minimising upfront investments or on premise equipment required.

BT Asia Pacific president Kevin Taylor said the One Voice anywhere enterprise app suits corporate users as they increasingly use their smartphones for business voice calls.

“Our customers will be delighted with this innovative new service as this will help optimise costs since businesses are charged as employees roam, retrieve voicemails and accept incoming calls, especially for international travellers,” said Taylor.