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DICE heralds the return of Mirror’s Edge

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DICE, an award-winning studio of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) and developer of the blockbuster Battlefield™ franchise, announced that fan-favorite Mirror’s Edge™ is in early stages of development. Mirror’s Edge was first introduced in 2008 and fans quickly elevated the game’s heroine “Faith” into a videogame icon. Gamers and critics worldwide praised its unique characters, highly stylized world and fresh take on first person action adventure. The new Mirror’s Edge reboots the franchise for the next generation with advanced visuals and an all-new origin story for Faith. Powered by DICE’s proprietary Frostbite™ technology, the game will be heading to Xbox One®, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, the PlayStation®4, and PC.

“We introduced Mirror’s Edge and Faith to gamers five years ago, and we’ve waited for the right moment to reunite them,” said Sara Jansson, Senior Producer, DICE. “Thanks to the Frostbite engine and a new generation of platforms, we are now able to deliver a richer world that players will be able to explore with a new level of freedom in both movement and action.”

To view the Mirror’s Edge teaser trailer, please visit www.mirrorsedge.com, where fans can also sign up for the official Mirror’s Edge newsletter. Join the conversation at www.facebook.com/mirrorsedge and follow us on Twitter® at www.twitter.com/mirrorsedge and #MirrorsEdge. Press assets are available at http://info.ea.com. To follow all of EA’s news during E3 and watch the replay of the Mirror’s Edge unveil, visit www.ea.com/e3.

Respawn Entertainment unveils Titanfall

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  • The Visionaries that defined gaming for a generation are back and ready to do it all again
  • Game coming exclusively to the Xbox Platform – Xbox One and Xbox 360 – and PC in 2014

Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) and independent videogame developer Respawn Entertainment revealed the world debut of Titanfall™, the studio’s inaugural title. Crafted by one of the co-creators of Call of Duty and other key developers behind the Call of Duty franchise, Titanfall is among the most highly anticipated of E3 2013, having been shrouded in mystery for nearly three years. The visionaries at Respawn have drawn inspiration from their proven experience in first-person action gaming, and are building on that pedigree by taking a new approach to game design and creating an all-new universe with Titanfall. The game is entirely multiplayer, in a new experience that combines fast-paced multiplayer action with the heroic set piece moments traditionally found in campaign mode. Set in a distant frontier torn apart by war, players will have the freedom to switch between fighting as elite assault Pilots or agile, heavily armored, 24-foot tall Titans. To see the announcement trailer for Titanfall, please visit the game’s official web site www.titanfall.com.

“It’s an exciting time in the industry and it feels like the perfect time to be unveiling Titanfall,” said Vince Zampella, a Co-Creator of Call of Duty and Co-Founder of Respawn Entertainment. “Our passion at Respawn is games and we are focused on bringing something exciting to kick off the next generation of software.”

The universe of Titanfall juxtaposes small vs. giant, natural vs. industrial and man vs. machine. The game drops players into a conflict between the Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation (IMC) and the Militia as elite Pilots. With the ability to shift back and forth between pilot and Titan, players will have the freedom to change tactics on the fly, attacking or escaping depending on the situation. Titanfall Game Director Steve Fukuda added, “In addition to infusing the multiplayer experience with cinematic flavor, we’ve been rethinking fundamental combat and movement in the genre. Titanfall is unique in the way that it places equal emphasis on two drastically different and new ways to move and fight in a first-person shooter. The intersection of the two is a big part of what give Titanfall its iconic identity.”

Available autumn 2014, Titanfall will be available for Xbox One®, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, PC and Xbox 360® games and entertainment system from Microsoft The Xbox 360 version of Titanfall is in development at an external development studio with support from Respawn. For more information on the game, please visit www.titanfall.com. Follow the game on Twitter at www.twitter.com/titanfallgame or Facebook at www.facebook.com/titanfallgame.

A DIY cloud is no cloud at all

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By Alexander Mehlhorn, CEO, Framework One

There’s a great deal of pride and enjoyment that the geeks in an organisation get from building servers from scratch, creating server rooms, and architecting an infrastructure that they can boast about to their peers. And five years ago, this was an essential in-house skill. You could contract the creation of your IT infrastructure out, but that was costly, and risky too. After all, isn’t the IT infrastructure the backbone of any modern large organisation – and can you really trust someone else with it?

Companies – and their resident geeks – have become accustomed to building it themselves, investing millions in state-of-the-art data centers, often right in their head office premises. They’re used to having their IT literally at their fingertips. It was great for the geeks, but a nightmare for the CTO when it came to operations, scaling, staffing, support, security, and the host of other concerns that ensures CTOs never have a good night’s sleep.

And then it all changed. The biggest IT companies in the world realised that they had capacity in terms of hardware and skills that was underutilised. At the same time, the internet achieved bandwidth and price points that made it viable to move large portions of a business’ infrastructure and services to what we now call the cloud.

It makes perfect business and architectural sense. Real hardware is clunky and expensive. It takes up space, generates heat, and consumes power. Building redundancy worthy of the name is expensive, involving geographically dispersed data centers. The networking requirements are complex. The security – both physical and virtual – requires constant vigilance. And it really is not the core skillset of most companies. What you want is a company like Microsoft that does IT alone taking up this complexity, and delivering a cloud solution that is simple to manage, and lets you get on with your company’s core competency.

But it’s been a very sudden change. For many of the geeks, the CTOs and the businesses that enjoyed the comfort of being able to walk into their own server room and feel that sense of ownership, the change has been too sudden. There’s a certain level of fear and mistrust when it comes to cloud computing. There’s a feeling of loss of control. For some it’s a fear of losing their jobs as their technical expertise in running an old-fashioned data center face obsoleteness.

Caught between the obvious advantages of cloud computing and this fear, some companies are making the critical mistake of attempting to build their own cloud solutions in their own data centers.

Trying to do so negates all of the benefits of true cloud computing. You’re still burdened with the crushing complexity of running a full datacenter, and the company will continue to operate like an IT shop even when its core business is something completely different. But mostly, you’ll lose out on the mind-numbingly massive scale that you can achieve with cloud computing.

If you think your datacenter is big, imagine hundreds of those stacked end-to-end, replicated across six centers, on three continents, like Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing platform. Microsoft uses containers filled with servers to build its data center. Each container contains between 1,800 and 2,500 servers, stacked two high, and a new container can be added to the datacenter in under a day.

Companies like Boeing and Coca-Cola have turned to Azure, as they simply can’t achieve the type of scale that Microsoft can with its cloud infrastructure. Cloud computing gives these companies the flexibility to be competitive, and that’s the real benefit of cloud computing. Reduced cost and complexity is great, but being able to respond in real-time to business demands on IT infrastructure, and the competitive advantage that that brings to a company – that’s what being in the cloud is really about.

What’s the worry with first time ERP?

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By Taryn Cromie, sales manager, HansaWorld South Africa

Ambitious business owners soon come to a crossroads where they must decide to implement better business systems to support on-going growth, or choose to remain at a smaller scale. When this crossroads is reached, the answer from a systems perspective is an Enterprise Resource Planning solution. Deciding to implement an ERP system means the business owner is faced with tough questions and concerns.

The key among these are ‘just how much will this cost’, ‘how risky is an ERP implementation to my business’, and, perhaps most importantly, ‘which solution should I choose’.

Until quite recently, ERP was largely the preserve of bigger companies, giving rise to the entirely valid first question of cost. The push into the lower end of the market by ‘enterprise’ ERP software providers has come with a ‘big company’ mentality, too; many of these types of solutions are indeed excessively complicated and come with hefty price tags.

As for risky, Google turns up ample examples of horror stories resulting from ERP implementations gone wrong, in many cases resulting in serious financial and performance losses (most business owners on the cusp of choosing an ERP solution are likely to search ‘famous ERP failures’ and shudder at the results).

Many of these failed projects are tied to ‘big name’ ERP vendors; however, the fright these debacles produce is contagious. There is a lesson for anyone seeking to implement ERP: it has to be done right the first time. It’s safe to say most growing businesses cannot afford an interruption to productivity.

The good news is that while knowledge of the risks and failures is intimidating, it doesn’t have to be like that. For the first time ERP buyer, there are options available which are proven in similar-sized businesses. These are not the ‘big name’ solutions used by multinationals like BMW or big companies like SAA, redesigned for growing companies.

Instead, the solutions which are best for your company are those that were designed (and proven) to take a growing business from Excel spreadsheets and into the connected, integrated world of ERP.
Most importantly, too, is that making this move no longer requires a massive capital outlay of several million Rands. They also don’t require months or years for their implementation; in many cases, the first time ERP can take just days to get up and running.

Indeed, the advent of Software as a Service and cloud business models means you can, in many instances, try out the fundamentals of what will become a full-blown ERP solution, for no charge at all.

So what should you be looking for? Seeking a proven track record for businesses similar to yours in both type and size is probably the most critical first step. Consider, too, that the project you’re contemplating has come about as a result of growth; chances are, you want the company to continue growing, so make sure to establish how well the system you are considering has grown with other companies.

Probably the next most important consideration is the ability to start small and to add further modules as and when required. The solution you choose should deliver the financial suite (General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, etc) as well as further modules such as Logistics, Warehousing, Customer Relationship Management, integrated Business Intelligence, and more. Essentially, you want to choose a system that not only meets immediate needs, but provides the scope to keep growing with your business.

Finally, most growing companies are likely to have a range of devices in use, from mobile handsets, to various tablet computers, and a number of PCs, Linux machines and perhaps Apple Macs. You want the chosen solution to work well across these devices, since forcing any staff member to move away from their device of choice, may adversely impact productivity. Be sure that the solution you choose offers multiplatform flexibility.

Moving to an ERP solution is certainly not a decision easily made, nor should it be easy to make. However, for the growing business, upgrading systems to improve control becomes an inevitability at a certain point; make the right choice, and your company can be set for the future.

HP unleashes the power of big data

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Expanded portfolio accelerates adoption, monetisation of information

HP today announced an expanded big data portfolio designed to enable organisations to gain better insight into their data and deliver real-time outcomes.

According to research commissioned on behalf of HP,(1) nearly 60 percent of companies surveyed will spend at least 10 percent of their innovation budget on big data this year. The study also found, however, that more than one in three organisations have failed with a big data initiative. HP’s enhanced portfolio delivers the necessary services and solutions to facilitate the successful implementation of these initiatives, and to enable enterprises to handle the growing volume, variety, velocity and vulnerability of data that can cause these initiatives to fail.

To help organisations reap the rewards of big data, HP announced HAVEn, a big data analytics platform, which leverages HP’s analytics software, hardware and services to create the next generation of big data-ready analytics applications and solutions.

“Big data enables organisations to take advantage of the totality of their information—both internal and external—in real time. It produces extremely fast decision making, resulting in unique and innovative ways to serve customers and society,” said Mary Brady, CMS Principal Consultant, HP South Africa. “HP has the breadth and depth of both the platform and the product portfolio to assist enterprises in unleashing the power of big data.”

HP provides unifying big data analytics platform
HAVEn combines proven technologies from HP Autonomy, HP Vertica, HP ArcSight and HP Operations Management, as well as key industry initiatives such as Hadoop, enabling clients and partners to:

  • Avoid vendor lock-in with an open architecture that supports a broad range of analytics tools.
  • Protect investments with support for multiple virtualization technologies.
  • Speed time to value with highly optimised hardware solutions.
  • Gain value from 100 percent of information, including structured, semistructured and unstructured data, via HP’s portfolio of more than 700 connectors into HAVEn.

HP also is expanding its big data portfolio with new capabilities that help clients build and operate their big data solutions.

HP helps clients unlock hidden data to gain actionable insight
The first integrated big data analytics solution built on HAVEn is HP Operations Analytics, which delivers insight into all aspects of IT operations, so organisations can ensure quality service levels. The solution allows organisations to efficiently consume, manage and analyse massive streams of IT operational data from a variety of HP products, including HP ArcSight Logger and the HP Business Service Management portfolio, as well as third-party sources.

To help clients improve customer engagement and speed response to market opportunities, HP Enterprise Services has introduced HP Actionable Analytics Services. These solutions enable clients to implement analytics and extract insight hidden within big data, as well as streamline key organisational processes, such as customer offers, procurement, supply chain and inventory operations.

HP helps clients start their journey to big data
To help organisations avoid setbacks and successfully deploy big data solutions, HP Technology Services has expanded its Big Data Consulting Practice to ensure optimal IT infrastructure performance as well as support for increasing big data demands. New offerings include IT Strategy and Architecture, System Infrastructure, and Protection services that enable clients to align their IT infrastructure to organizational goals, while achieving compliance with industry standards and government regulations.

HP also announced two additional products to help on the journey:

  • The HP Vertica Community Edition—free, downloadable software that delivers the same functionality of the HP Vertica Analytics Platform Enterprise Edition with no commitments or time limits, allowing clients to analyze up to 1 terabyte of data before investing in an enterprisewide solution.
  • The HP Autonomy Legacy Data Cleanup—information governance solution that helps clients analyse legacy data, lower costs and reduce risks while driving value from big data. With this solution, organisations can access, understand and classify, as well as defensibly dispose of outdated and unnecessary legacy information, while retaining data deemed valuable for production applications

 

Absa to deliver a world-first mobile point of sale innovation to South Africa

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Absa is now well positioned to spark a payments shake-up in Africa – offering exciting solutions to clients and taking banking to new heights.

Barclays subsidiary, Absa is proud to announce that its Payment Pebble, a mobile point of sale (MPOS) innovation, which aims to fundamentally transform the payment acceptance industry is gearing up to enter its pilot phase.

The Payment Pebble is a small portable device which plugs into smartphones or tablets and enables small and medium scale enterprises to accept payments from debit and credit cards. It is the first portable payment system of its kind which does not rely on Bluetooth thereby significantly enhancing the simplicity and security of the payment process.

The Payment Pebble is expected to transform the market in South Africa, which has more than 60 million active debit and credit cards and over 10 million smartphones. Almost a quarter of all purchase transactions in the country are done at a point of sale terminal. Small businesses, such as the plumber that arrives at your house to fix your geyser or the caterer who delivers canapés to your offices, will now be able to accept card payments on your doorstep.

The Payment Pebble is truly a world-first South African innovation which was conceptualised, created, developed and manufactured locally. Absa Head of Retail Banking, Arrie Rautenbach, says: “Building this product is an incredible testament to the work between Absa and thumbzup; aligning to the Absa vision of supporting local entrepreneurial spirit while creating a solution that answers to the daily needs of our customers.

The partnership brings with it the added benefits of socio-economic uplift through the creation of local employment, rapid innovation turnaround with the end result of a product customised with local support and a real understanding of local requirements. We believe that this is a massive differentiator – we are not simply reselling a product made abroad, but creating a partnership for the future built on South African innovation and invention – no other bank can claim this today.”

The Payment Pebble solution will launch with many positive technology features. thumbzup CEO and founder, Stafford Masie explained the benefit of the direct connection to a mobile phone through an audio jack. “You can pull our Payment Pebble out of the box and simply plug it in and it works with smartphones or tablets which support the mobile application. It does not use Bluetooth which is known to be erratic and technically arcane to reliably configure.

Bluetooth implementations are proprietary across mobile devices and setup is often difficult. Mobile operating system and application updates are volatile and continuous which may affect your Bluetooth settings. I would not want to be the bank that has to wake up to thousands of non-technical clients with Bluetooth pairing issues every morning. thumbzup is built on a philosophy of making things, like payment, easy, by solving the problem whilst ensuring the technology remains invisible; you get your Pebble, you plug it in, it works!”

Rautenbach added, “The new PIN entry invention greatly enhances traditional methods for PIN entry. This locally invented PIN entry solution reduces costs and offers businesses a more cost effective method for card payments. We are building a solution that is affordable to the masses – it is a world-first and fun to use. We have been amazed at the strong demand for the Payment Pebble over the past few months with pre-launch orders exceeding all of our expectations.”

Security is paramount to any payment processing solution. The Payment Pebble is the first South African MPos solution to be announced certified for Europay, Mastercard and Visa (EMV) Level 1 type approval. By dispersing with the need to a keypad for PIN entry the cost of production for the Payment Pebble been greatly reduced thereby rendering it affordable for the mass market.

Absa said facilitating world-class, affordable, easy payments for customers was in line with its brand promise that aims to make its customers lives much easier in its journey to become Africa’s Go-To-bank.

 

Break down silos for a cohesive view of Governance, Risk and Compliance across the organisation

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By Edward Carbutt, Executive Director at Marval South Africa

Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) is not new and has been in existence for many decades. However, the recent recession, increasing legislation, more stringent guidelines and growing stakeholder pressure to prove sustainability and value is elevating the importance of GRC, making it an imperative for any organisation. However, leveraging the business benefits of GRC initiatives can prove a challenging task. One of the biggest issues facing organisations is that they are fragmented and broken into silos of information and measurement, preventing a holistic view of activities across the organisation.

The lack of a common framework results in information that is of little to no value in driving performance. To realise the business benefits of GRC, it is vital to break these silos down, creating an integrated view of GRC activities which delivers actionable intelligence, allowing for greater control and enhanced performance.

Risk and risk management are components within GRC activities. Addressing risk is sound governance and compliance is adherence to various laws and regulations. Most businesses understand this, however, the problem remains that organisations are fragmented and operate in silos such as finance, IT, operations and so on. Each of these departments has their own risk and associated measurements and processes. This creates a fragmented view of the organisation, since no two areas are measured against the same criteria. It also creates a challenge for organisations to understand the correlations between risk in different areas. Put simply, if there is a threat or risk in one area, it can affect other aspects of the business. This lack of cohesion lowers the effectiveness of risk management and as a result, of governance and compliance too.

The challenge is to develop an integrated view of risk across the entire organisation, which requires these silos be broken down. GRC as a practice needs to be driven and accountable from a board level and filter down throughout the organisation, to ensure that the entire business is managing risk effectively, producing the right value to stakeholders, delivering a sustainable bottom line and meeting the requirements of external compliance criteria. A common framework or standard for measurement is required which all areas need to adhere to.

ISO standards have been designed specifically for this purpose, allowing businesses to ‘compare apples with apples’ so to speak, by creating common measurements that ensure organisations are following the right processes for the right reason. Complying with ISO standards is an effective way of harnessing various areas of business together, breaking down silos across an organisation and offering an integrated view of the overall impact of risk, compliance breaches and so on.

Examples of such auditable standards in ICT to underpin GRC are; ISO27001 which is the international standard describing best practice for an Information Security Management System and ISO/IEC 20000 the international standard for IT Service Management.

Measurement of risk in silos and isolation to the rest of the business hinders a company’s ability to add value, as this knowledge cannot be used to drive performance. However, implementing a common framework for measurement and improvement across the organisation ensures that all areas are measured to a common standard, offering better control and enhanced performance management, for improved GRC activities.

Why every business still needs a fax number

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By Craig Freer

As the business world becomes increasingly digitised and virtualised, it’s hard to imagine that corporates are still stamping fax numbers at the bottom of their business cards. But the truth is there are still over one-hundred million fax devices in use globally today – and the numbers are rising, not declining.

“People often tend to think of faxes as those organ-grinders that stood in the corner office churning out paper and making a screeching noise,” says Craig Freer, of Vox Telecom. “The truth is that fax has little to do with hardware and paper and more to do with efficient document management and storage.”

Businesses should not be quick to dismiss the need for faxes in terms of corporate communication, Freer warns. “If it’s critical or confidential – fax it. It’s the most secure form of digitally delivering documents and is the only form of electronic communication that will stand up in a court of law. This is because of the point-to-point audit trail intrinsic to the technology – which means that faxes are sent with date and time stamps. You are also able to track the document as it travels through the organisation. Companies are able to see whether it’s been deleted, forwarded or read by the person they’ve sent it to.”

Fax servers can be configured to log and archive copies of all in- and outbound faxes. By integrating multifunctional peripheral devices (MFPs) with a fax server, all messaging can be logged – which optimises security.

Freer says that there are several new fax technologies that companies should invest in.
“We are now seeing searchable PDF fax technology entering the market, which is exciting. Previously, faxes were static documents that you couldn’t search through – now the technology is equipped with Optical Character Readers (OCR) which allows users to search for specific lines or words.”

Purpose-built routing and barcode-reading may also be of interest to companies who tend to receive several different documents in batches from their clients. “Think of an insurance claim that has to be processed. The client might have to send his identity document, a damage report, a police report, medical records, forms and letters to his agent – and this usually won’t get sent all at once. Moreover, the insurance company probably has thousands of clients and dozens of agents working at a particular office. Keeping track of those documents can be a challenge. Now, we’re able to introduce purpose-built routing where documents are sent to a specific person based on a predetermined business rule, so that all the documentation pertaining to a specific case is kept in a central location and easy to find.”

Faxes aren’t the digital equivalent of snail mail anymore either. “The data is transmitted safely and securely at Internet speeds. Moreover, it can be accessed via mobile platforms from Windows or iOS.”

Freer is confident that fax won’t be replaced soon. “E-mail has its place, but it can’t replace faxes. There is no other technology that allows you to safely receive and archive documentation in quite the same way. The fax machine as we know it might very well disappear, but fax – as an electronic document repository – will never die.”

Veeam positioned in the “Visionaries” Quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup

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Evaluation based on completeness of vision and ability to execute

Veeam Software, innovative provider of backup, replication and virtualisation management solutions for VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V, today announced it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the “Visionaries” quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup/Recovery Software.

This is Veeam’s first time being included in the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup/Recovery Software, which represents a significant milestone in the company’s growth. According to the report, “As the backup/recovery software market comprises several dozens, if not hundreds, of vendors, this report narrows it down to those that have strong presence in large enterprise environments, in part measured by Gartner search analytics and Gartner end user inquiry.” (Reference: “Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup/Recovery Software” by David Russell and Pushan Rinnen. 5 June 2013)

“We believe our inclusion in this year’s Magic Quadrant is further confirmation of Veeam’s success in providing large enterprise customers with powerful, easy-to-use and affordable data protection solutions built for virtualisation,” said Ratmir Timashev, President and CEO of Veeam. “We’ll provide further evidence of our enterprise capabilities with next quarter’s release of Veeam Backup & Replication v7 (http://go.veeam.com/v7) and its two disruptive innovations – built-in WAN acceleration and the ability to back up from storage snapshots – plus seven other market-leading features and more than 50 additional new features and enhancements. We truly enable IT to tackle their ‘3C’ problems with capabilities, complexity and cost.”

Top award for Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 in the MRG Effitas Real-World Protection Test

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Kaspersky Lab’s product had a 100% success rate in blocking a wide range of malicious apps prepared for the test

Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 for home users has been granted the highest 5-star award in MRG Effitas’ Real World Protection Test for Q1 2013. The solution detected and blocked 100% of all threats it faced in the test.

During testing, the experts assessed the ability of rival antivirus solutions to detect and block dangerous malware. The MRG Effitas experts deliberately selected samples of malware which an ordinary user may face while working online.

The experts from this respected research company chose malware samples with the most dangerous payloads. So the test samples included various types of backdoors (programmes that can remotely control the user’s computer), financial malware (software designed to steal financial information), ransomware, malicious programmes with integrated rootkit functionality and other dangerous types of malware. The testing was conducted on computers running Windows 7 SP 1 32 bit. These PCs were also set up with a suite of popular applications which have vulnerabilities regularly exploited by hackers.

Kaspersky Lab’s product competed alongside 16 other popular security solutions. Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 blocked every one of the 585 threats prepared for the testing, earning MRG Effitas’ highest award – 5 stars. Only two other solutions in the trial could match Kaspersky Lab’s result.

“To receive the highest MRG Effitas award is a worthy achievement, but more than that these test results are a kind of marker which indicates a high-quality security solution. Any protection product must be able to safeguard the user from the real and dangerous threats such as backdoors, financial malware, ransomware, rootkits, etc. A product which cannot do this can hardly be called a security solution,” said Oleg Ishanov, Director of the Anti-Malware Research Unit, Kaspersky Lab.

Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 continues to collect awards in several independent Real World Protection tests. In May and April, the product demonstrated impressive effectiveness in similar tests conducted by the independent AV-Comparatives laboratory. Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 has also been highly acclaimed by other well-known testing laboratories such as AV-Test.org, Matousec.com and others.

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