Quick Heal

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Quick Heal Antivirus
Traded as
IndustryComputer Security, Virus protection
FounderKailash Katkar, Sanjay Katkar
HeadquartersPune, Maharashtra, India
Area served
Key people
  • Apurva Joshi
    Independent Director, Quick Heal Technologies
  • Manu Parpia
    Independent Director, Quick Heal Technologies
Number of employees

Quick Heal Technologies Ltd is an IT security solutions provider headquartered in Pune, India. The company was formerly known as CAT Computer Services (P) Ltd and was started as a computer service center in 1995. The company was renamed as Quick Heal Technologies Pvt. Ltd. in 2007.[1]

The company develops security software for consumers, servers, cloud computing environments and small and medium enterprises and sells products directly to customers or through its partner channel.[2] Its enterprise product offerings operate under the brand name Seqrite.[3] The companies products are regularly tested with features and abilities compared against other similar products.[4][5][6]

Quick Heal develops its own security suite, Quick Heal Total Security which uses the BitDefender scanning engine.[7]


Quick Heal was founded in 1995, as "CAT Computer Services (P) Ltd" and renamed in 2007. Quick Heal Technologies Ltd is listed on BSE[8] and NSE.[9]


In 2010, Quick Heal received an investment of ₹ 60 Crores from Sequoia Capital[10] And new branch offices were opened in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. In 2012, offices were opened in Japan and US, and in 2013, offices were opened in Africa and UAE.

In 2016, Quick Heal Technologies acquired an IT security firm Junco Technologies to launch Seqrite Services.[11]

In 2016, Quick Heal Technologies launched its IPO which valued the company at a market value of INR 1,500 crores .


  1. ^ "Quick Heal: Viral Success". Forbes. Retrieved 2 December 2016.
  2. ^ DQChannels.com: Quick Heal top in channel satisfaction survey
  3. ^ "Quick Heal unveils new enterprise security brand 'Seqrite'". FirstPost. Retrieved 2 December 2016.
  4. ^ Hachman, Mark (2016-01-26). "Tested: Microsoft's Windows Defender antivirus is less awful than it used to be". PCWorld. Archived from the original on 2016-02-02.
  5. ^ Rubenking, Neil J. (2016-11-03). "Quick Heal Total Security 17". PCMag. PC Magazine. Archived from the original on 2017-07-18.
  6. ^ Wagenseil, Paul (2016-11-30). "Microsoft Antivirus Tied for Last in Malware Tests". Tom's Guide. Archived from the original on 2016-12-01.
  7. ^ "List of Consumer AV Vendors (PC) | AV-Comparatives". www.av-comparatives.org. Retrieved 2018-08-31.
  8. ^ "Quick Heal Technologies Limited". Bombay Stock Exchange.
  9. ^ "National Stock Exchange - Quick Heal". NSE India.
  10. ^ "Sequoia Cap invests Rs 60 cr in Quick Heal". Retrieved 2016-08-29.
  11. ^ Sangani, Priyanka (2016-06-22). "Quick Heal acquires Junco Technologies, launches cyber security arm". The Economic Times. Retrieved 2016-12-13.

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