How Bitdefender Total Security 2017 Protects My Photography

How Bitdefender Total Security 2017 Protects My World

How Bitdefender Total Security 2017 Protects My Photography

In the computing days of my past generation where a free simple anti-virus would do is in today’s present reality a form of “virtual harakiri or just getting ahead with your next life scenario.” Luckily, I survived. Thus to achieve an optimum level of computer security, I switched around 4th quarter last year to Bitdefender Total Security 2016 then upgraded to its latest 2017 version, all these I am thankful for the advice of my brother. 

The photography work I do is mainly with data files primarily image files and part of my world revolve around the access/use of these files with the internet. In the real world, I can only imagine a worst case scenario when my data images get stolen, ransomed, or worst deleted and that would translate to lost man-hours/productivity.     
Bitdefender Total Security 2017 Report

I am totally impressed! By far, one of the home/personal security PC/mobile software. Proof of the pudding is the eating and to that, I received an auto-generated report. How cool is that? As to date, my personal computer is fully protected. 

To further back up my personal testament,  I read from AV-comparatives dubbed the Whole Product Dynamic Real-World Protection Test with its latest revision dated 15th March 2017 and Bitdefender is one amongst “the following products (latest version available at time of testing) were tested: Adaware Pro Security
12.0, Avast Free Antivirus 17.1, AVG Free Antivirus 17.1, AVIRA Antivirus Pro 15.0BullGuard Internet Security 17.0, CrowdStrike Falcon Prevent 2.28, Emsisoft
Anti-Malware 2017, eScan Corporate 360 14.0, ESET Internet Security 10.0, F-Secure Safe 2017,
Fortinet FortiClient 5.4, Kaspersky Internet Security 2017, McAfee Internet Security 19.0, Microsoft
Security Essentials 4.10, Bitdefender
Internet Security 2017Panda Free Antivirus 18.0, Seqrite Endpoint Security 17.0, Tencent PC Manager 12.1, Symantec Norton Security 22.9, Trend Micro Internet Security 11.0 and VIPRE InternetSecurity Pro, etc.”

The report above is in PDF format report is downloadable.  












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