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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Kaspersky Lab Releases Flagship Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 – Multi Devices

Oct 11, 2016 :

Kaspersky Lab presented the latest version of its flagship security solution Kaspersky Internet Security 2017. The solution gives users additional opportunities to manage their Internet protection and to ensure their data safety.

Kaspersky Internet Security Multi Device is the security solution for the whole family; it protects Windows, Mac, and Android users against malware, dangerous sites, online tracking, fraud and money theft.

The need for a top-notch multi-device security solution has never been greater in Malaysia as a growing number of users employ devices other than the traditional desktops and laptops to access digital content. This includes smartphones and tablets


There is a need for Kaspersky Internet Solution 2017 in Malaysia as the recent Kaspersky Lab’s Digital Literacy Survey revealed that Malaysians were among the worst performers when it comes to cyber-savviness, coming in close to the bottom. In addition, Malaysia has one of the highest penetration rates of smartphone usage in the world, further compounding the threat.

The lack of cyber-savviness among Malaysians coupled with their high usage of unprotected non-PC/non-desktop devices is cause for concern in view of the growth of cyber threats globally. In the second quarter of 2016 alone, Kaspersky Lab solutions detected and repelled over 171 million malicious attacks from online resources, globally.

(From L-R) : Sanjeev Nair, Corporate Communications Manager - SEA, Kaspersky Lab, Nicole Woo, Territory Channel Manager - Malaysia, Kaspersky Lab, Sylvia Ng, General Manager - SEA, Kaspersky Lab and June Lee, Marketing Director, TechLane Resources at the media launch of Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 - Multi Devices

According to Sylvia Ng, General Manager - SEA, Kaspersky Lab, the company expects the consumer reaction to the latest products to be positively strong with the addition of more cutting edge features and the emphasis on providing even better security and value across all device platforms to consumers.

"At Kaspersky Lab we believe that IT security about the effectiveness of a security solution that suits the usage patterns of consumers, and weighed against their cyber-savviness. Cyber savvy people are more alert to possible threats, and they are also ready to apply the latest technological achievements to protect what is most important for them – whether that’s personal information, files, privacy, their devices or peace of mind for their family members. We are striving to offer the user these possibilities with each new version of our solutions", commented Sylvia.

Pricing, Availability and Promotions

Kaspersky Internet Security and Kaspersky Anti-Virus are available nationwide at all IT leading outlets and retail at:-
  • Kaspersky Internet Security (1 Device 1 Year): RM 100.00
  • Kaspersky Internet Security (3 Devices 1 Year): RM 179.00 with free Kaspersky Internet Security 1 Device 1 Year
  • Kaspersky Internet Security (5 Devices 1 Year): RM 249.00
  • Kaspersky Anti-Virus (1 Device 1 Year): RM 39.90 with free Kaspersky Anti-Virus 1 Device 1 Year
  • Kaspersky Anti-Virus (3 Devices 1 Year): RM 119.00 with free Kaspersky Anti-Virus 1 Device 1 Year
  • Kaspersky Anti-Virus (5 Devices 1 Year) : RM 199.00
Cool Features:

1.) Secure Connection

Secure Connection allows users to connect to the Internet safely, by encrypting all data sent and received through the network.

The Kaspersky Lab protection component, Secure Connection, can be launched from the main window of Kaspersky Internet Security. It can also be activated automatically when the device is connected to public Wi-Fi or the user is inputting confidential information online, such as on banking websites, online stores, payment systems, e-mail, social networks, etc.

Within the security product’s license, users have 200 MB of encrypted traffic at their daily disposal, and for an additional monthly or annual fee they can get an unlimited volume of traffic.

2.) Software Updater

One of the common methods of malware penetrating the computer is the use of errors (so-called vulnerabilities) in the programs installed on it. Developers regularly update their products, however not all users regularly update these on their devices. Software Updater can automatically find the applications that need to be updated and, if the user agrees, install the latest versions from vendor sites on their computer. The user can also request the update of an application manually or add any of them to the list of applications that should not be updated (for example, if the older version is required).

3.) Software Cleaner

Software Cleaner will inform users of a program if it has been installed without their awareness or clear consent (for example, as additional software during the installation of another application), or if it slows down the user’s device, provides incomplete/incorrect information about its functions, operates in the background mode, shows banners and messages without permission (e.g., advertising), or is rarely used. Upon receipt of a report from Software Cleaner, the user can either remove or leave the application in question.

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