The number of financial phishing attacks is expected to rise during the Holiday season which starts unofficially on so-called Black Friday and continues through Cyber Monday and Christmas
In the run-up to the most eagerly awaited sport events, Kaspersky Lab invites all sports lovers to take advantage of a special offer run jointly with Runtastic, developer of health & fitness tracking products. Anyone who purchases Kaspersky Internet Security – multi-device 2016 or Kaspersky Total Security – multi-device in retail stores or online in Africa will get a special prize: one of three Pro applications from Runtastic (Runtastic Mountain Bike PRO or Runtastic Road Bike PRO, up to customer’s choice). The applications are designed to make sport activities fun providing a handy tool for tracking and managing sports results.
“The products included in this promotion are created for those who value high achievements, as users of Runtastic applications do,” says Peter Aleshkin, Head of Consumer Marketing, Emerging Markets, Kaspersky Lab. “Sports lovers will be able to benefit from world-class protection from all types of contemporary cyberthreats which can be encountered via everyday computer use. I believe that our special joint offer will help users to strive for advanced performance – whether this be sport and fitness, business goals or digital experience”.
"The users in our worldwide community on Runtastic.com are used to staying connected virtually to gain motivation and make fitness fun together. It's important that these cyberthreats are not a major issue so people can continue to connect with one another in order to get fit and healthy." says Christoph Kullnig, Head of Marketing, Runtastic. "We look forward to welcoming new Runtastic community members through Kaspersky. Together we can make this online experience and connection safe, fun, healthy and rewarding...the way it should be."
Customers can make purchases on the offer on the Kaspersky Lab web site http://www.kaspersky.co.za/sport?redef=1&reseller=en-za_run_pro_ona_oth__onl_b2c__hpban until August 31st 2016.
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