Kaspersky Lab, one of the leading multinational cybersecurity and anti-virus providers in the world, needs no introduction and so does its mascot Midori Kuma, alternatively known as the Green Bear all over the world.
Kaspersky Lab’s Data Guardian- Midori Kuma is now in Nepal and is all set to protect the data of millions of people worldwide and has already toured many countries for showcasing Kaspersky’s approach to a friendly way of dealing with cybersecurity.
The brand-new Midori Kuma packaging is going to be showcased across Kaspersky Lab’s updated key range of solutions for home users, designed to safeguard everything that is valuable to them – privacy, money, memories, piece of mind for their loved ones and much more, in addition to protecting against cyber-attacks.
It was first launched in Nepal in 2008 is becoming popular in Nepal. It’s been more than 10 years and successfully running. It has a market share of 40 percent among individual users and 50 percent in corporate sector. Kaspersky security systems have capacity to clean up routine hazards like warms, Trojans and viruses seen in computers.
What's new in Kaspersky 2019?
Speed: increase the speed of almost every process in security solution for consumers. Require less operating memory and fewer other resources. Installation takes less time as well updates are barely noticeable for users.
Security: monitoring outgoing request to IP address
Technology: Brand new behavioral model, which combines the best from worlds of behavioral analysis and machine learning meaning it, can proactively detect a broader scope of threat
Integration: Microsoft Windows 10 has a bunch of cool security features that work even better when combined with a good AV solution that’s why we’ve integrated our products with these features: Now they can take advantage of Windows 10’s built-in tools to prevent different kinds of attacks
Consistency: staring with the 2019 versions, Kaspersky products detect and delete adware by default just as they do with malware. Adware may not seem harmful but it can be. It annoys users, distracts them, can download other adware programs or files that may contains threats and capable of doing lots of other harmful things. So to improve user’s experience of using their PCs, Kaspersky decide that adware has to delete by default.
Convenience: user need to know that they are protected or not. That’s why it’s changing its icon in the system tray. There is shield icon whose color changes depending on the current status. If everything is ok, the icon will remain green, if not it will turn red