Psst!… Want Some Free Security Software?

Hopefully regular readers of the blog will have noticed that I try to avoid using Countermeasures to push product. However, this afternoon I have been offered 100 licence keys for our new Windows security software to give away to readers of the blog and I thought giving you free stuff was definitely something I should be doing!

Trend Micro Titanium was released this week and is already getting great reviews from journalists and testing houses alike. In all honesty, I love the product too, I know I sound like a shill but it has to be tried to be believed. Titanium is security software that has been designed not to get in your way, it won’t slow down your PC and at the same time it doesn’t compromise on the quality of protection. Anyway don’t take my word for it, give it a test drive and I’ll give you a free serial number.

You knew there was going to be a catch though, like Alice Cooper said “Nothing’s Free”… I only have 100 serial numbers to give away, so here’s what you have to do. Go here. Click the blue button to download a trial copy and install it. There’s an option to log in with your Facebook account rather than your email address if you prefer. The first 100 people to post a review of their experience with Titanium, either here as a comment to this blog post or on the Titanium page on Facebook will each get a 12 month subscription free of charge and obligation.

So there you have it, end of shameless promo!

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As Solutions Architect for Trend Micro, Rik Ferguson interacts with CIOs from a wide variety of blue chip enterprises, government institutions, law enforcement organisations. Recognised as an industry thought leader and analyst, Rik is regularly quoted by the press on issues surrounding Information Security, Cybercrime and technology futures. With over 15 years experience in the IT Industry with companies such as EDS, McAfee and Xerox Rik’s broad experience enables him to have a clear insight into the challenges and issues facings businesses today.