From Anti-Malware Apps to Habit-Based Theft Detectors

By: Alyson Wyers - Jan 23, 2015
These examples of Internet security software are particularly relevant given the recent Sony hack and surrounding fall-out with The Interview movie. In today's digital times, cyber terrorism is a more pressing concern than ever. These software solutions will help individuals and companies better protect themselves online from potential threats.

From phishing protection programs to mobile security firewalls, many versions of Internet security software fit into a particular kind of protective program. This includes OpenDNS, Steam Guard, PeStudio and Snoopwall. There is definitely a focus on mobile devices, as seen with CrontoSign visual transaction signing for banks and phone call encryption services.

On an individual level, it is clear people want to protect their identify and confidential information and increasingly business as well.