Kaspersky Lab released the latest versions of its security solutions for home users: Kaspersky Antivirus, Kaspersky Internet Security, Kaspersky Internet Security- Multi Device and Kaspersky Total Security- Multi Device.
These solutions boast enhancements to existing protection technologies, as well as a host of brand new features to ensure the highest levels of security for users’ PCs and their digital valuables announced the press release.
“Personal privacy is everybody’s inalienable right, whether it’s in the real or the virtual world.”-
Cyber threats have become a global problem and their number and sophistication continues to evolve significantly. Kaspersky Lab currently detects 325,000 new malicious files every day. Last year, the company’s products detected and neutralized a total of 6,167,233,068 threats. This figure has just been growing and with every passing day, the ‘bad guys’ are always coming up with something new. Kaspersky Lab’s latest research on Internet users showed that every third user does nothing to protect online payments. Let’s look at a few other numbers: 44% share their passwords with others, 15% do not limit apps’ permissions on their devices, 30% of social network users are ready to share personal info with everybody, 74% users couldn’t distinguish potentially malicious file, 81% of malware attacks have bad consequences and 33% result in money costs, almost every sixth Internet user lost money as result of cyberattack and 25% of Internet users had their account hacked.
Altaf Halde, MD, (South Asia), Kaspersky Lab, said, “Personal privacy is everybody’s inalienable right, whether it’s in the real or the virtual world. This is why we at Kaspersky Lab do all we can to protect everything of value to our users – their personal files and privacy – from cybercriminals and other curious residents of the Internet. With the new range of Kaspersky Security Solutions, we are providing our users the control and visibility they need to secure their sensitive information while they are on the World Wide Web.”