Kaspersky Lab pronounced that Kaspersky Internet Security, its flagship home user product, has been hallmarked with the “Product of the year” award from the stables of the independent testing lab AV-Comparatives after it consistently confirmed the best results in testing throughout 2013, that is. Past 22 participating products, Kaspersky Lab’s solution was the only one to attain the top Advanced+ ranking in all of the tests.
AV-Comparatives chooses the winners of its annual awards centered on the total ranking of each evaluated product during that year’s tests. Some of the tests, such as Performance Test and File Detection Test, establishes the capabilities of separate protection subsystems. Real-World Protection tests evaluate – how good solutions are at combating cyber-threats while using the entire repertoire of protection tools at the offing. Kaspersky Internet Security took a concrete lead in all the tests it underwent.
Over and above, declaring the top-performing products of the year, AV-Comparatives also presented an assessment of the usability of each security solution that was tested. Taken together, these results enable consumers to select a product which combines reliability and convenience.
AV-Comparatives’ experts valued Kaspersky Internet Security’s user interface as being “excellent”, perceiving that all important information and functions are unmistakably displayed and easy to access. The testers also reported that the application’s interface has been successfully optimized for use on sensor screen devices, such as hybrid laptops transformable into Tablet PCs.
“The independent tests conducted by AV-Comparatives and similar organizations make it easier for end users to choose a security solution as well as helping manufacturers to further improve their cyber-threat control technologies. This ‘Product of the Year’ title is yet another acknowledgement of Kaspersky Lab’s leading position in this field. We are proud to be able to provide the most reliable protection to our users along with a comfortable user experience,” reportedly said, Nikolay Grebennikov, Chief Technology Officer at Kaspersky Lab.