Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 21, 2009
Starting in late summer and extending into fall, security companies release their new consumer endpoint products to the market. This year one of the first out of the gate is Kaspersky Internet Security 2010. Cascadia Labs has just released its initial report on the Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 suite and found that Kaspersky is off to a fast start. Compared to five other consumer endpoint security suites currently available, Kaspersky showed the best overall performance, scoring best in on-access and on-demand scan performance, and using small amounts of memory.
The Hippocratic Oath tells doctors to first do no harm. People should expect the same from their endpoint security suites. Of course, security software needs your computer's CPU and memory to run, but some products are better than others in politely protecting you without becoming unwanted guests.
So how can endpoint security software be polite?
In the non-stop arms race against the ever-changing threat landscape, we can count on endpoint security companies to introduce new features and capabilities, but let's make sure they do it politely.
About Cascadia Labs
Cascadia Labs provides product and technology consulting and analysis to the security industry. Its innovative and trusted testing methodology coupled with its credible and persuasive reports help leading security companies jump forward in the race for product superiority. Cascadia Labs has led the charge in testing the full product, rather than a single capability, against realistic threats. This is why so many leading security companies choose Cascadia Labs to help create and tell their story. Cascadia Labs is a member of the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO).