Spain Visual Launches New Version Of Its Tourism Website And The New Advertising Campaign… launches new version of its portal with major graphical enhancements, content and navigability.

“Spain Visual”, tourism portal located in Barcelona, has incorporated into this new version links to blogs and social networks and Web 2.0 start. It also has added a new destination Asturias, being under preparation on Galicia and Castilla Leon.

Video contents have been hosted on a dedicated server in the U.S. of the renowned company specializing in network video Sorensonmedia to offer streaming video in a professional manner.

It also has integrated into the portal advertising banners AffiliateFuture that guarantee the best deals in the sector.

His slogan “Look, find & booking” sums up the philosophy of the portal, a tool to explore the core values of a destination from your PC, Iphone or mobile and be able to choose the more attractive, making available to the navigator also all tools necessary to book everything you need at competitive prices.

Company sources indicate that short-term goals are, on one side complete the presentation of the few brands and other tourist missing translation from Russian and Chinese portal at the time it is possible to boost the brand in Spain these markets in future.

As for other improvements, try to integrate into each brand booking engines presented the specific destination of the hotel association to help improve the margins of the sector.

With this platform “Spain Visual” hopes to bring added value and efficiency to promote the network of the Spanish tourist industry.

Contact Details:
Arian Pombo



Ludus Tours Named San Diego’s 4th-Fastest Growing Company

Today Ludus Tours, a travel and hospitality company that focuses on major global sporting and cultural events, was named the to the San Diego Business Journal’s list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies as the 4th-fastest growing company in San Diego.

San Diego, CA (USA), Monday – October 03, 201 — Today Ludus Tours, a travel and hospitality company that focuses on major global sporting and cultural events, was named the to the San Diego Business Journal’s list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies as the 4th-fastest growing company in San Diego.

“To be named in the top five-fastest growing businesses in San Diego is an incredible honor,” said Adam Dailey, CEO of Ludus Tours ( ), “This really reinforces our decision to move here to San Diego with our amazing team. We’re thrilled to accept this award on behalf of the many International Federations of Olympic Sport that we partner with.”

Ludus Tours ( ) is the Official Hospitality and Accommodations Provider for over a dozen USA National Governing Bodies, including USA Swimming, USA Volleyball, and USA Track and Field. Ludus Tours also offers cultural packages to Oktoberfest and Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls. For more information on Ludus Tours and our travel packages, please visit

About Ludus Tours:
Ludus Tours provides complete travel, tour and hospitality packages to the world’s premiere sporting and cultural events, including the 2011 Pan Ams in Guadalajara, the 2012 Summer Games in London, the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, and more. In addition to their travel services, Ludus Sports offers corporate branding, marketing and retail opportunities within each of their events. Ludus Tours is based in San Diego, CA with offices in London, UK. For more information, please visit

Press & Media Contact:
Corby Fisher
Vice President, Sales & Marketing
Ludus Tours
1501 Front Street #107
San Diego, CA 92101 – USA

NetGenieHome Wi-Fi Router Adds Parental Controls for iPad tablets, Smartphones and PCs

Enter NetGenie, a Wi-Fi router for the home that plugs directly into the cable modem and which also offers security protection from invasive malware and viruses.

Edison, NJ (USA), Monday – October 03, 201 — With kids and teens doing more and more of their Internet browsing on smartphones and tablets like the iPad, a software-based approach to monitoring and blocking Internet access to adult content or age-inappropriate websites will no longer work.

Enter NetGenie ( ), a Wi-Fi router for the home that plugs directly into the cable modem and which also offers security protection from invasive malware and viruses.

Developed by 12-year Internet security veteran Cyberoam, NetGenie is the first Wi-Fi router that comes pre-configured with parental controls and anti-virus.

NetGenie parental controls provide default settings according to age group, blocking websites and applications deemed inappropriate, yet allowing the administrator (mom or dad) to grant permissions by adding to a whitelist of allowed sites.

NetGenie offers parents a smart way for dealing with unruly Internet access and distractions, especially during homework time. Being a Wi-Fi router that plugs directly into the home’s cable modem, the device can control access to smartphones, gaming consoles and popular tablets such as the iPad and Android tablets.

Any device connected to the home’s Wi-Fi signal can be managed.

For example, parents can suspend Internet access per individual for an allocated date or block of time, say from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm Monday through Thursday, allowing free access Friday to Sunday if they so choose to.

NetGenie is also equipped with Internet security safeguards including a firewall, anti-virus protection, and intrusion prevention.

“We designed NetGenie to make it simple for families to protect their kids from unsafe and adult Internet content, and to control the time they spend online on social networks, shopping or gaming sites, or anything else you want to manage,” said Jacob Thankachen, Associate Vice President for Americas, Cyberoam. “We also made it a no-brainer to keep hackers, viruses and other intruders at bay when your family surfs the Internet.”

Additionally, the device can generate reports on Internet activities such as websites visited, applications used, attempts made to visit blocked websites or applications, along with virus and intrusion reports.

NetGenie can be configured using any Internet-access device in the home. Settings for individual members of the family can be made.

Pricing & Availability:
NetGenie is available now and will retail for $199 with support for an unlimited number of home users.A SOHO version is also available for $249. To buy NetGenie contact: Jacob Thankachen, Tel: (201) 301-2851. Or email:

About Cyberoam:
Cyberoam Identity-based UTM appliances offer comprehensive protection against existing and emerging Internet threats, including viruses, worms, Trojans, spyware, phishing, pharming and more. Cyberoam UTM delivers the complete range of security features such as stateful inspection firewall, VPN, gateway anti-virus, gateway anti-malware, gateway anti-spam, and intrusion prevention system, content filtering in addition to bandwidth management and multiple link management over a single platform. The Cyberoam solution portfolio includes Cyberoam iView, a logging and reporting appliance solution, Cyberoam SSL VPN appliances and Cyberoam Endpoint Data Protection suite to protect data and manage assets over endpoints in organizations. Cyberoam is certified with CheckMark UTM Level 5 Certification, ICSA Labs, and is a member of the Virtual Private Network Consortium. Cyberoam was positioned as a “Visionary” in the Magic Quadrant for SMB Multi-function Firewalls by Gartner. Cyberoam has also continuously received SC Magazine’s 5 Star Rating. Cyberoam has offices in Woburn, MA and India. For more information, please visit and

Press Contacts:
USA & Canada
Victor Cruz, Principal

India & Gulf
L. K. Pathak

Europe, Other Middle-East & Latin America
Nirav Mahida

Asia, Oceania & Africa

Press & Media Contact:
Victor Cruz, Principal
Edison, NJ 08817 – USA
(978) 594-4134

Reports Show Targeted Computer Attacks Spike with Heavy SMB Focus

According to a recent Symantec blog, attackers are targeting SMBs at a greater rate than larger companies of more than 500 people.

Hudson, NH (USA), Monday – October 03, 201 — According to a recent Symantec blog, attackers are targeting SMBs at a greater rate than larger companies of more than 500 people. Some other interesting facts from Symantec’s cloud research:

“The percentage of employees who received a targeted Trojan during 2010 was much higher for the SMB sector than for large companies. One small business, in particular, had targeted Trojans sent to all 488 of their employees. SMB industry sectors such as mineral/fuel, non-profit, engineering, marketing and recreation received the most attacks compared with other industry sectors, showing that they are at higher risk. They also found that attackers target intellectual property and market-leading research – focusing their efforts on education and market research organizations, in particular.”

Commtouch, a provider of antivirus technology to industry, is indicating in its blog that targeted emails with malicious attachments have increased dramatically since August to two billion or more per day. These are not emails with links to bogus or malicious websites, but attachments that may look like normal document files typical in business. These attacks are not spam but something far more sinister.

These targeted attacks are aimed at specific individuals in specific organizations, contain embedded malware, and are designed largely to capture credentials and gain access to valuable data. Much of this targeted email with malicious attachments bypasses antivirus and gateway protections. It lands squarely in a target’s inbox as legitimate email. The embedded malware is designed to be unique and unknown to anti-virus and anti-malware.

If you find yourself reading an email with an attachment that seems to be legitimate, think twice, it may not be. A targeted email attack often uses information about you to gain your trust. It will seem like a normal email.

So what do you do? Symantec’s blogger suggests that you “use common sense” and “be smart.” Your business associates send you data files that you open all of the time. The attacker will pose as one of them, but will bury a program inside. You can’t possibly know for sure, regardless of how much common sense you apply.

The new SavantEnforcer client will block malicious attachments automatically because it denies by default any unknown executable. It’s a simple and powerful antidote for the avalanche of targeted malware and it can be installed on a computer for about a dollar per month. Should you use common sense, good security practices and keep your software protection up to date? Of course you should. But you may also want to consider a solution that gives you the confidence to open an attachment without the risk of compromise.

About Savant Protection:
Savant Protection is a leading privately held vendor of innovative application whitelisting solutions that fill major gaps in the functionality of other endpoint security and management products and provide significant operational and financial benefits to customers. The company’s solutions are easy to integrate with existing systems, are not dependent on a central whitelist database, and can stop zero-day attacks and address the increasing inability of existing endpoint solutions, such as signature-based anti-virus products, to effectively protect against the growing proliferation of sophisticated, targeted malware.Savant Protection’s customers are able to lower costs and increase their organization’s productivity by minimizing endpoint incidents that require remediation and cause unproductive downtime for users. Savant Protection is headquartered in Hudson, New Hampshire, USA.

Press & Media Contact:
Victor Cruz, Principal
Hudson, NH 03051- USA
(978) 594-4134