D-Link Launches Router Specially Designed to Protect Home Devices
D-Link and McAfee announced the launch of the new D-Link AC2600 Wi-Fi Router Powered by McAfee (DIR-2680), for securing connected home devices on January 10, 2018.
The Wi-Fi router is an all-in-one solution, specially designed to increase security for devices on the home network, with an aim to make the lives of people secure, as due to increasing connection.
The solution includes D-Link’s dual-band 802.11ac router with MU-MIMO technology that enhances network capacity and efficiency for users, McAfee Secure Home Platform that automatically protects all devices connected to the network, and the Intel Home Wi-Fi Chipset WAV500 Series to deliver robust Wi-Fi connectivity to numerous connected devices at the same time, running a range of high-bandwidth applications.
This new router is designed in a way that allows for immediate and automatic help to secure all connected devices at the network level in a home. It has the ability to secure devices such as non-display IoT devices, providing an additional layer of protection from potential hackers and for members of the home using devices and accessing online content.
“We’re on the forefront of preventing and fighting cybercrime as consumers need to feel safe and protected as cyber threats continue to rise. “Our partnership with D-Link helps consumers’ benefit from both increased connectivity and peace of mind knowing that their connected devices are protected.” said John Giamatteo, EVP, consumer business group, McAfee.
McAfee’s Global Threat Intelligence provides a range of adaptable machine learning that protects by preventing, detecting, and correcting malicious malware and attacks, to ensure safer internet browsing experience. It is mainly designed for families and smart home owners, to keep connected devices safer from unwanted intrusions and thefts. It also offers comprehensive parental control features for customized protection for children users in the household.
Increasing adoption of IoT and IoT-connected devices is increasing the demand for security measures, as per Internet of Things security market report published by Coherent Market Insights.
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