Quick Heal launches its new and improved 16.00 Series

29th November 2014 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Quick Heal logoMumbai, November 28, 2014: Quick Heal Technologies has launched its new and improved product series. Known as version 16.00, this series strives to provide its users with safe banking, secure Internet Surfing, and a better PC experience.
If there is anything that can define Internet in one word, it is “convenience”. We can conveniently indulge in activities such as buying books, apparels, paying bills, and even getting groceries without breaking a sweat on the Internet.

But we cannot overlook the fact that the convenience of the online world is tainted with dangers. Every person who shops or banks online is a potential victim to phishing attacks, identity theft, and ‘data stealing’ software such as key loggers, to name a few.

Quick Heal 16.00 has been designed to combat the dangers of online financial transactions such as paying bills, banking and shopping. This version has brought in an essential security feature called Safe Banking that automatically takes all necessary security steps while the user is conducting a financial transaction online. Safe Banking creates a completely safe virtual environment that protects the user’s online transactions against all kinds of threats. It also provides automatic protection against threats such as phishing, identity theft, key loggers, etc.

“Since the time of its inception, Quick Heal has been focusing on protecting the digital assets of its users. Last year, we brought in a technology that can detect and block threats that have no known identities but are capable of inflicting maximum damage. This year, we are adding an essential layer of security that aims to protect our customers’ financial information and activities online by introducing the Safe Banking feature. I am certain that this move by Quick Heal, will help our users rest assured that their money is safe on the Internet.” said Quick Heal Technologies CEO Kailash Katkar.

Sanjay Katkar, Chief Technology Officer, Quick Heal Technologies had this to say, “The main driving force behind the development of Quick Heal 16.00 has been the increasing number of identity theft and incidents of online scams. Most people are easily tricked into giving away their financial information on fraudulent websites and through fake email messages. Given how advanced today’s cybercriminals have become, it is near impossible for ordinary users, sometimes even for security analysts to tell a fake site from a real one. But with Safe Banking in place, we intend to nullify all these risks with minimum user intervention. All a user has to do is to use the Safe Banking browser, and Quick Heal will take care of the rest. With the launch of the 16.00 series, we want to let our users concentrate on the things that matter, while we take care of their digital security.”

The Quick Heal 16.00 series is a move against cybercrimes aimed at the financial assets of users.

Founded in 1993, Quick Heal Technologies has grown into a leading IT security solutions provider. Its R&D has focused on endpoint and network security solutions. Quick Heal, which has partnership with Microsoft and Intel, has global offices in UAE, US, Japan and Kenya and is served by over 15000-plus channel partners across 112 countries worldwide.

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