AV-Comparatives Reveals Long-Term Test Results for 19 Leading Endpoint Security Solutions


INNSBRUCK, Austria, December 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Independent ISO-certified safety testing laboratory AV-Comparatives has released its december 2021 Corporate Security Test Report and awarded “Approved Commercial Product” accreditation to 19 antivirus solutions.

AV-Comparatives – Internet Security for Enterprise Customers – Approved Products 2021

The Business Security Test is the most comprehensive survey of enterprise endpoint security solutions on the market. To be designated as an approved commercial product, antivirus solutions must score 90% on the malware protection test, with zero false alarms, and 90% on the real-world protection test, with less than one hundred false alarms. .

To achieve AV-Comparative certification, tested products must also be free of major performance issues, with an impact score below 40, and correct any reported bugs.

The 19 solutions awarded with an Approved Business Product Award are: Acronis, Avast, Bitdefender, Cisco, CrowdStrike, Cybereason, Elastic, ESET, FireEye, Fortinet, G Data, K7, Kaspersky, Malwarebytes, Microsoft, Panda, Sophos, VIPRE and VMware .

Peter Stelzhammer, co-founder of AV-Comparatives, said: “We congratulate suppliers whose products have qualified for an Approved Business Product Award. AV-Comparatives is completely independent and provides an unprecedented evaluation of the antivirus products available in the market.

“In this age of home offices and targeted attacks, protecting against cybercrime is becoming increasingly important. Businesses looking for anti-virus and endpoint security solutions should consider our review as a guide to the best products on the market. The threat landscape is constantly changing, so it’s important to understand the performance of existing solutions to protect organizations from external threats. “

The latest Business Main-Test contains the results of the Business Real-World Protection Test conducted between August and November, as well as the Business Malware Protection Test in September, the Business Performance Test in November. It also incorporates product reviews.

Here is the detail of the AV-Comparatives tests:

Real-world protection testing: This mimics the online malware attacks that a typical business user might encounter while surfing the Internet.

Malware protection test: This assessment considers a scenario where the malware pre-exists on the drive or enters the test system through a local area network or removable device, rather than directly from the Internet.

Performance Test: A review of the impact of each product on system performance, such as how much it slows down normal PC usage when performing tasks.

A false positive test is also performed to find out if the product is not correctly. identifies legitimate software as harmful.

Each product involved in the test was also examined. Some are suitable for small businesses, while others are designed for large businesses.

Like all public test reports from AV-Comparatives, the Corporate and Enterprise Endpoint Security Report is available to everyone free of charge: https://www.av-comparatives.org/tests/business-security -test-2021-august-november / # Management summary

About AV-Comparatives: AV-Comparatives is an independent organization providing systematic testing to examine the effectiveness of security software products and mobile security solutions. Using one of the largest sample collection systems in the world, he created a real environment for truly accurate testing.

AV-Comparatives offers av test results freely accessible to individuals, media organizations and scientific institutions. Certification by AV-Comparatives provides a globally recognized official seal of approval for software performance.

Media contact:
Peter Stelzhammer
phone: +43 720115542
e-mail: media@av-comparatives.org

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