Results from AV-Comparatives and AV-TEST place Quick Heal’s protection levels ahead of established industry leaders
Quick Heal has earned an Advanced rating from AV-Comparatives, an independent testing authority focused exclusively on security software.
The file detection test results, released this quarter, put Quick Heal at par with industry leaders such as ESET, Panda and Sophos, and ahead of a number of established vendors including AVG and Trend Micro announced the press release.
“Certification by AV-Comparatives represents an official seal of approval that is globally recognized,” said Farokh Karani, Director – North America, Sales and Channels, Quick Heal Technologies. “As we enter the North American market, the advanced rating from this highly respected testing organization gives our technology immediate credibility and reinforces the Quick Heal brand as a name our customers and channel partners can trust.”
With more than 17 million customers in over 100 countries worldwide, Quick Heal, last month announced the immediate availability of its SEQRITE line of data security solutions in North America. Designed specifically for small to medium enterprises (SME), SEQRITE addresses North America’s SME market lack of comprehensive, endpoint, network and mobile security solutions and offers everything an SME needs to prevent internal and external threats, attacks and malicious viruses before they strike.
“SEQRITE is built around the Quick Heal AV engine, which is internationally certified by OPSWAT, Checkmark, ICSA Labs, AV-Comparatives and other recognized organizations,” said Sanjay Katkar, CTO and Co-founder, Quick Heal. “We are proud to bring our proven, world-class SEQRITE technology – priced and bundled specifically to address SME needs – to our North American customers and partners.”