Symantec and Trend Micro have announced new versions of their security software products.
Tech news site PC World reports that, on Wednesday, Symantec unveiled both Norton AntiVirus 2011 and Norton Internet Security 2011, and Trend Micro introduced its new products, Titanium AntiVirus and Titanium Internet Security.
According to Symantec, the latest versions are must faster and no longer put unnecessary load on systems, unlike earlier versions of the software.
The 2011 edition is available in two versions, with the normal AntiVirus priced at $39.99 for use on up to three personal computers, and Norton Internet Security available at $69.99. Norton Internet Security offers a firewall, antispam, identity protection and a number of additional features.
Trend Micro offers Titanium AntiVirus for $39.95 for use on one PC, and $59.95 for use on up to three PCs. Titanium Internet Security is priced at $49,95 and $69.95 for single or multiple use.
Trend Micro does not include firewall in both versions, but it includes at least 10GB of web backup, a secure erase utility and system optimisation.