About Us

The first computer virus was discovered in 1986. It didn’t take long for people to realize that computers connected together would not only enable great things, but also make people and their data more vulnerable. Two years later in 1988, F-Secure was founded in Finland.

In today’s global environment, we take pride in our roots that embrace privacy, integrity and equality – and a little bit of “sisu” – that Finnish craziness to have the guts to challenge everything and anything necessary. These qualities have led us to where we are as a company.

Today the world is even more connected. You use your devices at home, at work and on the road. You create and share content wherever you go. And your digital life is of interest to everyone from cybercriminals to Internet marketers to governments. For us it means that we have an even bigger job to do. It’s about fighting for privacy and digital freedom. Your freedom.

It’s our passion for freedom that pushes us to create better products and services, so you can live your digital life without worries. For us, freedom is about making sure you are the one who is in control of your digital life.

At F-Secure, our job is to protect your content and your privacy everywhere. On a more fundamental level, it’s really about making sure technology acts as a liberator now and in the future. Together with you, we’re fighting for your freedom.

 

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Our team

Sandra
F-Secure’s PR champion — equally obsessed with shoes and privacy.

Jason
A social media strategist with a passion for making complex issues simple.

Micke
Digital citizen, employed by F-Secure Labs, concerned about digital security and privacy, hobby photographer, sea lover, SAR volunteer.

Melissa
Content creator with an interest in the human side of security.

 

 

 

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