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G Data Security Generation 2014 Now Available

Active hybrid protection closes holes and makes surfing, online banking and online shopping safe

London, April 23rd, 2013

Today G Data launches its new security solutions for home users. With the 2014 security generation, G Data once again sets the standard when it comes to security. G Data AntiVirus 2014, G Data InternetSecurity 2014 and G Data TotalProtection 2014 now come with an active hybrid protection technology, G Data CloseGap. The new technology "Made in Germany" quickly closes holes in the computer's defence ring and saves resources. G Data CloseGap combines signature-based and proactive protection technologies in a new, insurmountable wall of defence. For example, the BankGuard module, also recently developed, offers defence against dangerous banking Trojans in real time without relying on signatures – whether the malware is one hour or one second old. Thanks to the completely redesigned one click user interface, the security solutions are extremely easy to use. Virus scans, backups and setting up the new AutostartManager are possible with just one mouse click. Device control in G Data TotalProtection 2014, which is also new, offers additional protection and ensures that other users cannot use unwanted USB sticks or DVDs on the home computer. G Data AntiVirus 2014, G Data InternetSecurity 2014 and G Data TotalProtection 2014 are available now.

The new G Data 2014 security generation at a glance

G Data AntiVirus 2014 offers immediate protection against online risks, using different techniques simultaneously: maximum security through G Data CloseGap technology, and hourly signature updates against current and country-specific threats. G Data AntiVirus 2014 includes even more improved G Data BankGuard technology for maximum security during all online banking transactions. Thanks to the proactive real-time protection, users are protected against all online threats.

Versions and prices:

G Data AntiVirus 2013 for 1 PC: recommended retail price £ 29.95

G Data AntiVirus 2013 for 3 PCs: recommended retail price £ 39.95

G Data InternetSecurity 2014 uses the brand new CloseGap technology to provide the best possible instant protection against viruses, hacking, spam and all other online threats. Active hybrid protection also covers country-specific threats. The firewall works quietly in the background and does not slow the computer down. The integrated parental controls also protect children and teens from inappropriate websites.

Versions and prices:

G Data InternetSecurity 2013 for 1 PC: recommended retail price £ 34.95

G Data InternetSecurity 2013 for 3 PCs: recommended retail price £ 44.95

G Data TotalProtection 2014 is the new complete solution for all-round protection. The integrated CloseGap technology offers effective protection against all malware programs and other online threats. The backup function and datasafe also protect against data loss and theft. The active hybrid protection also covers country-specific threats and does not slow the computer down.

Versions and prices:

G Data TotalProtection 2013 for 1 PC: recommended retail price £ 39.95

G Data TotalProtection 2013 for 3 PCs: recommended retail price £ 49.95

New key features of G Data generation 2014:

New: integration of the new G Data CloseGap technology – for even more effective protection against malware

New: AutostartManager: accelerates start-up – "boot up as you did on the first day"

Fully re-engineered user interface for intuitive use – no need for a manual

Improved BankGuard technology for secure online banking

Better behaviour recognition: even better protection against unknown threats

Less demanding of resources thanks to optimum use of the security technologies

In G Data TotalProtection 2014: integrated device control for protection against dangerous USB devices or DVDs

Free upgrade for all G Data customers

G Data customers who have a valid license can upgrade to the new 2014 security generation for free.

Internet users can effectively protect their smartphones and tablet PCs with Android operating systems against malicious apps and other online threats with G Data AntiVirus Free for Android.

System requirements

PC with Windows 8/7/Vista (32/64 bit) with 1 GB RAM or more or Windows XP (SP2 or higher, 32 bit), 512 MB RAM or more; CD/DVD-ROM drive.

Company profile

Bochum-based G Data Software AG is an innovative and rapidly expanding software house that specialises in IT security solutions. As a specialist in Internet security and pioneer in the field of virus protection, the company, founded in Bochum in 1985, developed the first antivirus program more than 25 years ago.

Consequently G Data is one of the oldest security software companies in the world.

The product range comprises security solutions for end customers as well as medium to large-sized enterprises. G Data security solutions are available in more than 90 countries worldwide.

For more information about the company and G Data security solutions, see www.gdata.co.uk

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