Black Friday's best antivirus deals

IT Pro has curated the best deals, from Kaspersky to McAfee, for protecting your business

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Due to the UK's second lockdown, Black Friday is very much an online affair this year, with deals to be had on pretty much anything. This includes cyber security products for you and your business.

If 2020 has taught us anything, it's that online and cloud security needs to be tight. This often means paying out for the biggest and best antivirus software, which doesn't come cheap. Today, however, there are deals to be had. Here are some of the best on offer right now...

Kaspersky Total Security

Kaspersky's antivirus software on a smartphone in someone's pocket

Kaspersky is offering 50% off all its antivirus software range. Its Total Security package is now just £19.99 to secure a single device for a year (normally £39.99), or £54.99 for up to five devices for 2-years. This is a great option for SMBs.

As well as payment protection, privacy tools and all you need to fend off malware and so on it also comes with premium features, such as a VPN with up to 300 MB of traffic per day and a password management system.

Available on the company's website

Read our review here

Malwarebytes for Teams

MalwareBytes antivirus software on a smartphone

Businesses can get 25% off Malwarebytes for teams, securing up to ten devices for just £28 (normally £38). This protects against each computer, smartphone or tablet from a range of threats, such as malware or ransomware. It offers a comprehensive package with priority support services and a centralised management system.

Available on the company's website

Eset Smart Security Premium

A hand holding a Eset Smart Security Package

Eset Smart Security Premium is usually £59.99, but is now just £35.99. Users can surf the web safely with banking and payment protection, a ransomware shield, anti-phishing technology that spots fraudulent websites and malicious email attachments, and also a feature that helps to locate and lock any lost or stolen devices.

Available on the company's website

Read our review here

Avast Ultimate Security

Avast antivirus software on a smartphone

There is a 50% saving to be made on Avast's Ultimate security package, now just £59.99 for the year. This covers up to ten devices, with the company's premium security tools, VPN access, and also a cleanup service that prevents devices from freezing or crashing to maintain smooth performance.

Available on the company's website

Read our review here

McAfee Total Protection

Hand holding a McAfee Total Protection package

McAfee Total Protection is on offer with a £75 discount per year. That's a two-year subscription for £54.99 to cover up to ten devices. This includes online security, VPN, password management, payment protection and 24-hour support from McAfee experts.

Available on the company's website

Read our review here

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