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We believe privacy and security are rights, not privileges. Which is why we offer free solutions not only secure you online, but also protect and enhance your privacy in all that you do.
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Happy Data Privacy Day!
Data Privacy Day, also known as Data Protection Day, is an international event meant to promote data privacy and data protection best practices.
Avira is a data privacy champion, recognized by the National Cybersecurity Alliance. Together with hundreds of other companies, NGOs, and educational institutions, we aim to raise awareness over data privacy.
The vast amount of personal data collected and sold by companies, advertisers, and other parties is part of who you are. Don't expose yourself for the sake of convenience or personalization, without knowing how your data is processed and used, without keeping your data in your hands. Your data is your identity.
Avira provides the tools you need to protect your privacy online and enjoy a secure digital life.
Your privacy is no one else’s business.
No one has a right to the personal details of your life. Or your digital life. And yet, companies will stop at nothing to intrude on your privacy in order to buy, sell, and profit from your personal data–often without your consent or knowledge. While you can’t prevent bad actors launching attacks, you can protect yourself.
We’re not from Silicon Valley. But we can protect you from it.
We don’t access your personal data. With our industrial grade encryption, we never will. We place privacy over profit, so we never sell your personal data. We collect the bare minimum information about you so we can deliver a localized experience for you when you’re using our products.
500 million people already rely on Avira for privacy and security.
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