HOW AT&T INTERNET SECURITY WITH ACTIVEARMORSM KEEPS YOU SAFE
HOW AT&T INTERNET SECURITY WITH ACTIVEARMORSM
KEEPS YOU SAFE
by Robbie Imes, 5 min read
It’s no secret that online security matters today more than ever. Almost daily, we hear of deceptive malware and data breaches that have compromised people’s personal information, which can wreak havoc on a family or business. Having a secure online network is key to protecting your information and well-being.
Just as you wouldn’t leave your home or car unlocked, your internet connection and online data shouldn’t be treated differently. With serious threats looming around every corner, you want a connection that you can trust.
AT&T Internet security automatically guards you from threats 24/7, even on Wi-Fi.1
Whether you are shopping or simply chatting with a friend, you shouldn’t have to worry about your data being threatened or compromised. Your time is better spent engaging with the activities you enjoy most, such as gaming and surfing the web.
When you have AT&T Fiber ® you have advanced protection against threats on your smart devices and throughout your home.2 You can surf the web safely knowing that you are secure.
When your device is connected to AT&T Fiber, it is automatically defended against at-risk sites likely to infect your devices with malware.3 Even when you aren’t actively using your devices, protection includes 24/7 device safety monitoring that automatically blocks suspicious data transmissions.4
Other features of AT&T Internet Security with ActiveArmor include abuilt-in safeguard against unauthorized, external access to your home network,5 built-in password strength detection and a network for security analyzes that searches for weaknesses and notifies you of potential threats from hackers and malicious bots.6
With these advanced features, you and your family can smartly enjoy the benefits of fast, secure internet all year round.
1 Avail. Internet 300 and Internet 1000; guards against known threats only; compatible
2 Gateway and Smart Home Manager app required; security features must be enabled.
3 Protects known threats only.
4 Customer can override blocking; no warnings will be given for overridden sites.
5 Blocks known threats only.
6 May not protect against user-authorized access to home network.
Notification of known threats only; customer action required.
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The information included within this article is AT&T sponsored content written by Currently Media editorial contributor Robbie Imes. The statements in this article are his own and don’t reflect the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.