AVG Technologies

AVG delivers products and services to help make your digital world simpler to navigate, easier to secure, and more enjoyable to live in. Using the latest technologies in protection, privacy, and performance, our focus is on providing you with a secure, safe and frustration-free digital life. The AVG portfolio offers solutions for desktops and mobile devices on popular platforms such as Windows, iOS, Android and Mac—providing a wide range of solutions for individuals, families, and small businesses alike. With headquarters in Amsterdam, AVG operates globally with 14 offices across Europe, North America, the Middle East, Asia and Australia. Today, more than 200 million customers in 167 countries trust AVG every day, with that number growing every month.
Company Growth (employees)
Amsterdam, NL
Size (employees)
1,486 (est)+8%
AVG Technologies was founded in 1991 and is headquartered in Amsterdam, NL

AVG Technologies Office Locations

AVG Technologies has offices in Amsterdam, Opglabbeek, Sofia, Kingston and in 24 other locations
Amsterdam, NL (HQ)
9 Gatwickstraat
Williamsville, US
1759 Wehrle Dr
Buenos Aires, AR
821 Paysandú
Herriard, GB
Manor Ct
Écija, ES
37 Av. Miguel de Cervantes
Sandton, ZA
5 Wessel Rd
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Market capitalization (07-Nov-2016)

1.3 b

Closing share price (07-Nov-2016)

AVG Technologies's current market capitalization is $1.3 b.
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AVG Technologies News and Updates

Evolution Equity Partners Announces Final Close of New Cybersecurity Focused Fund

PRESS RELEASE: Evolution Equity Partners today announced the final closing of a new fund with total capital commitments of $125 million to make investments in cybersecurity and next generation enterprise software and services in North America, Europe...

Lock Down: Cybersecurity Exits Drop Off From Last Year’s Peak

Exit activity for cybersecurity companies is showing signs of a significant slowdown. According to CB Insights data, the first 8 months of this year saw 40 VC-backed cybersecurity exits globally, with 39 M&A transactions and 1 IPO in August for … Continued

SEC has stepped up scrutiny of tech firms over potential ties to Syria

Securities regulators have been increasingly probing ties between tech firms and war-torn Syria, where a strict economic embargo remains in place. As of yet, none of the inquiries initiated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission seems to have resulted in legal actions or findings of any wron…

Pokémon Go bridges generation gaps and gets you outside

GUEST: All technical woes aside, Pokémon Go—which I’ve been playing nonstop since its release now—is a lot of fun. While it may not offer the complex gameplay, storytelling, or character development the past decade of Hollywood-standard video games has delivered, it’s engrossing — and its astronomic…

Here's which Android apps drain your battery the most

If your Android phone keeps running low on battery, it might be because you're constantly using Snapchat. That's according to a new report out from AVG Technologies, which releases an app report each year. This year's survey found that Snapchat most affected phone battery pe…

Security CEO Says Pivoting From Antivirus Will Be ‘Far Easier’ After Billion-Dollar Acquisition

Fortune spoke to AVG CEO Gary Kovachs about the big deal—and his plans to step down.
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