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AT&T Cybersecurity

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Market segment by Type, the product can be split into
Endpoint Security
Identity & Access Management
Mobile Security
Security Information & Event Management
Content Security
Datacenter Security
Other Financial Services
Market segment by Application, split into
Banking and Insurance Institution
Stock and Funds institution

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3 Market Share by Key Players
4 Breakdown Data by Type and Application


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AhnLab, Inc.
Native name
TradedasKRX: 053800
IndustryComputer software
FoundedSeoul, South Korea
FounderAhn Cheol-Soo
Seongnam-Si, Gyeonggi-Do
Number of locations
Key people
  • (founder)
  • HongSun Kim
  • (CEO)
  • Kim Cheol-Soo
  • (former CEO)
ProductsAntivirus software,
Network security products,
Mobile security products
ServicesComputer security,
Network security
Revenue₩126,757,000,000 (2012)[1]
OwnerHongSun Kim
850 (2013)

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AhnLab, Inc., founded in 1995, is a security software provider in South Korea. AhnLab sells computer software such as antivirus software, online security, network security appliances such as Advanced Threat (Malware) Detection & Remediation, including APT type of cyber attack, firewalls, IPS, UTM, and security software for online games and the mobile web.



Establishment of AhnLab

Ahn Cheol-Soo (founder) found his computer infected with the computer virus called (c)brain. He developed a program to find and remove it and named it 'Vaccine'. Since then, anti-virus software has been called 'Vaccine software' in Korea. He distributed the antivirus program to the public without charge, until he established AhnLab in 1995. Dr. Ahn promoted his new company in 1995.[9][10]


Since its founding in 1995, AhnLab has become one of the largest security software companies over 50% of market share in the Korean security market alone and approximately 500 distributors worldwide.[11][12] In September 2001, AhnLab was listed in the KRX: 053800. Headquartered in Seongnam-Si, Gyeonggi-Do, South Korea, AhnLab is traded on the KOSDAQ under the symbol AhnLab.

On the tenth anniversary of the company's founding (2005), Ahn Cheol-Soo resigned his position as the CEO, Kim Cheol-Soo was appointed as the successor.[7] Current CEO is HongSun Kim (appointed in 2008).[13][14]

AhnLab has been selected as one of the Korea's most admired company for five years from 2004 to 2010.[15][16][17]

On 4 October 2011, Ahnlab' Headquarters has moved to Seongnam-Si, Gyeonggi-Do.[18] On 29 March 2012, Ahnlab' Korean company name has been changed from (주)안철수연구소 to (주)안랩 by the annual meeting of shareholders.


  • Korea: 673, Sampyeong-Dong, Bundang-Gu, Seongnam-Si, Gyeonggi-Do. (Headquarters)
  • Japan: 8F, Akihabara UDX Bldg, Sotokanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo.
  • China: Rm.1206, Science Tower of Beijing Electronics Zone, No.12 of JiuxianQiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China


AhnLab has many security software products for PC, Network and Mobile, including:

  • AhnLab V3 Internet Security (AntiVirus. Version for commercial use)
  • AhnLab V3 Lite (AntiVirus. Version for personal use in free. Technical testbed for commercial versions)
  • AhnLab V3 365 Clinic (AntiVirus, etc. Version for personal use)
  • AhnLab TrusGuard (Firewall, VPN, IPS, against DDoS)
  • AhnLab Absolute IPS (blocks worms and DDoS attack)
  • AhnLab Online Security (anti-malware, anti-keylogger, firewall)
  • AhnLab Mobile Security (Windows mobile, symbian, Wifi OS, Wii, Nintendo DS/DSXL/3DS, Android)
  • AhnLab SecuGuard for PC (security for PC)
  • AhnLab SiteGuard (Web filtering, protects against phishing websites and infected pages)
  • AhnLab TrusGuard UTM for LTAD (for securing LTAD)


HackShield is a hacking and cheating prevention software suite and service[19] for MMOs and has been used in games by Nexon and NCSoft.[20] It has been available to Korean game developers since 2001[20] and American game developers since 2005.[21]

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  • Kim, Tae-Jung (17 January 2008). 'AhnLab Announces 7 Security Issues for 2008'. ZDNet Korea. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 10 October 2013.
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