F-Se­cure Un­veils New Strate­gic Plans to Ad­dress Cy­ber Threats in Malaysia

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“As we cel­e­brate a memorable mile­stone in Malaysia today, I am proud to share that over the past decade, we helped en­sure In­ter­net freedom and se­cu­rity in the fight against thou­sands of dif­fer­ent mal­ware fam­i­lies. This achieve­ment, and the pro­gres­sion of growth in the country un­der­lines our over­all strat­egy of grow­ing from an an­tivirus com­pany to a cy­ber se­cu­rity leader,” said Chris­tian Fredrik­son, Pres­i­dent and Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Officer of F-Se­cure at a press brief­ing held in con­junc­tion with the com­pany’s 10th an­niver­sary cel­e­bra­tion in Malaysia.

F-Se­cure has con­trib­uted a to­tal of RM270 mil­lion to the Malaysian econ­omy over the past decade. With its Asia Pa­cific re­gional head­quar­ters lo­cated here, the com­pany aims to in­crease its investment ef­forts in sup­port­ing its fu­ture plans dur­ing the com­ing years, and to help steer Malaysia to­ward en­joy­ing a safer dig­i­tal en­vi­ron­ment.

“Due to the ex­plo­sive growth in the num­ber of In­ter­net-con­nected de­vices both in business and in our pri­vate lives, cy­ber threats will con­tinue to grow rapidly and evolve in both scope and so­phis­ti­ca­tion. It has then be­come a cru­cial need for busi­nesses, es­pe­cially SMBs, to pro­tect themselves with cut­ting-edge threat preven­tion and de­tec­tion so­lu­tions which F-Se­cure can pro­vide on a holis­tic level,” said Fredrik­son.

He added that there is still un­tapped potential for the growth of cy­ber se­cu­rity in Malaysia, and the com­pany looks for­ward to the next decade of de­fend­ing Malaysians from dig­i­tal threats through a holis­tic mix of deep cy­ber se­cu­rity ex­per­tise, along with its so­lu­tions and ser­vices.

In con­junc­tion with its 10th an­niver­sary, F-Se­cure re­cently gave out 3,000 free li­cense keys for its pop­u­lar Free­dome VPN solution.

Chris­tian Fredrik­son, Pres­i­dent and Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Officer of F-Se­cure.

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