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Avira at RSA 2017: New product portfolio for OEM customers

Avira will showcase its expanded portfolio of embedded and cloud-based security technologies for OEM partners and service providers

Tettnang, Germany, February 8, 2017 – Avira will present its latest security solutions for OEM customers at RSA 2017 in San Francisco. From February 14th to 16th on booth 3925/15 in the German Pavilion, North Hall D, Avira executives and engineering teams will demonstrate the company’s award-winning embedded and cloud-based anti-malware technologies. To book a meeting and get a free ticket, visit the Avira RSA website.

In a world where the smallest IoT devices can be hijacked to launch record-breaking DDoS attacks, every vendor and service provider needs to build in the best possible security. Avira’s technologies help its customers gain first-mover advantage and deliver the most effective defense against malware on the market. As an OEM, they can leverage decades of research and development which underpin Avira’s own security products – products that today protect more than 100 million people world-wide.

“Our updated and expanded range of OEM products allow us to extend the scope of our award-winning security solutions to the industry’s leading networking and security providers”, said Travis Witteveen, CEO of Avira. “At RSA 2017, we are excited to show how we help our customers secure their connected users, extending our protection to an audience beyond that our own Avira brand.”

Security embedded in the core and at the edge

Avira’s core security technology, SAVAPI, is delivered as a highly portable SDK and holds a stellar reputation as one of the highest performing malware detection solutions in the industry. The SAVAPI security engine, also available for Android smartphones and tablets, maintains one of the smallest integration footprints and is designed for high performance and easy integration into a range of security applications.

Delivering 100% protection with Artificial Intelligence in the Cloud

The Avira Protection Cloud (APC) works in conjunction with the SAVAPI engine to identify Zero-Day and Advanced Persistent Threats. Using a combination of sandboxing, emulation, swarm and artificial intelligence, anonymized files are uploaded to the APC for comprehensive analysis. Out of sight from peering hackers, within seconds, the service identifies the files as clean or malicious, distributing this intelligence to users of the Avira Protection Cloud.

For more information about what Avira is showcasing at the expo, to book a meeting, as well as to get your free tickets, visit https://www.avira.com/en/rsa-conference-2017.