eScan Internet Security Suite version 14.0 for Home Users receives AV-Test Certification

eScan-Internet-Security-Suite-with-Cloud-SecurityNew Delhi, India, February 25, 2015: eScan has been certified by the prestigious AV-Test certification for its Home User product, eScan Internet Security Suite with Cloud Security. eScan has been continuously winning these certificates and proving itself as a focused, as well as an highly effective, antivirus product.

The AV-TEST certification is an internationally recognized comparative testing process designed to assess the strength of IT security products. Under the AV-TEST criteria, antivirus products receive scores based on the ‘protection’ category, which comprises malware detection results, the ‘performance’ category which comprises average impact of security product on speed of computer and the ‘usability’ category which includes disruptions caused by false warnings, false positives and false blockages. Hence, it acknowledges supportive and effective antivirus products that offer best performance which adds to setting up existing standards in the field of IT security and technology. During November and December 2014, the test was conducted on Windows 7 (SP1, 64 bit) platform. eScan earned excellent scores for protection against malware infections (such as viruses, worms or Trojan horses) and usability.

Govind Rammurthy, MD and CEO at eScan said, “AV-TEST test results have once again proved eScan as a reliable security solution that provides maximum protection to IT users against evolving cyber threats. Mainly focused on realistic test scenarios and real-world threats, eScan Internet Security Suite effectively safeguards PCs by evading all evolving IT security threats, with minimal system impact as well as absolutely zero false warnings, false positive and false blockages.” 

eScan Internet Security Suite with Cloud Security ensures 100% security of PC against zero-day malware attacks, web and email threats, downloading / installing the rouge software and surfing malware infected websites.

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