Android phones are currently not into any pressing security issues and even though now Android going facilitate their customers with more security through Norton mobile. Recently Symantec has launched an antivirus for mobiles and this is Norton for Android, which is a beta version at this moment. This beta version is currently available at free of cost for all the interested Android users. To get this antivirus installed, the device should be running on Android 2.x and later versions. This requires a minimum storage space of 1.8MB.
This Norton Mobile would be good against to:
• Loss/Theft of your private or personal information.
• Loss/Theft of the device.
• Safe against to cyber criminals.
• Keeps away from unwanted calls and SMSes.
• Safeguards against mobile threats.
The best part with this Norton mobile is that the user can lock or wipe the device from a remote area and this will be more effective in the cases when the device was confiscated by someone. For this a user must create a Lock/wipe password at the time of installation and this can be triggered through SMS with the valid password.
Via Life Hacker