As smartphones become the dominant means of computing in the world, the number of users will grow to about 3 billion by 2017. It’s a tempting target for bad guys. The diversity of threats our customers are being confronted with on their smartphones needs to be counteracted by sophisticated solutions that go beyond the classical definition of antivirus software.
In the past, the Avira teambuilding tradition has brought members together in various, funny and unique activities, from the peaks of the Carpathian Mountains to the blue waters of the Black Sea.
There are two basic Big Data challenges at Avira. As an internet security company operating at global scale, our analytics platform needs to generate both fast and deep insights.
Recently, an older relative installed a security program because she thought she had some security vulnerabilities on her system. Sound harmless? It should have been until more information came forth about how this relative came to install the program.
Have you started to get caught up in all of the hype surrounding wearable technology? Even if you don’t own one of these devices, the consensus view is that they represent the next big wave of technology advancement.
Consumer behaviour towards downloading and buying software is changing. We created Avira AV Pro out of our core antivirus and antimalware protection technologies to address these needs.
We believe that empowered, self-motivated people can accomplish huge things.
Internet security software is a first and important step to protect yourself from online threats. An up-to-date virus scanner, enabled FireWall and the latest patches and updates ensure that a majority of the threats are ineffective. But software alone cannot provide 100 percent protection.
The journey to 300M began in late 2011 with the launch of our consumer strategy emphasising personal freedom and German reliability the “Avira, Live Free” campaign.
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