ProductsSee also: Kaspersky Anti-Virus, Kaspersky Internet Security, and Kaspersky Mobile Security
The first product, Kaspersky Anti-Virus, was released by Eugene Kaspersky in the middle of 1987. As of 2012, the line of Kaspersky home-user products consists of Kaspersky Internet Security (KIS) 2012, Kaspersky Anti-Virus (KAV) 2012, Kaspersky Mobile Security (KMS) 9 and AVZ Antiviral Toolkit, Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Mac, Kaspersky Password Manager, and Kaspersky KryptoStorage. In 2010, Kaspersky launched a consumer security suite named Kaspersky Pure. In the United States, Kaspersky Lab was ranked as the fastest growing internet security software, based on NPD sales data.
In addition to the company’s consumer products, Kaspersky Lab offers a variety of security applications designed for small business, corporations and large enterprises. These offerings include security software to protect workstations, file servers, mail servers, mobile devices, and Internet gateways, all managed through a centralized Administration Kit. These applications are also available in bundled security suites, scaled to fit the requirements of organizations of varying sizes.
The latest 2012 line of Kaspersky products are certified for Windows 8 and are multi-core optimized.
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