‘Green Hornet’ actor is new Kaspersky endorser

Jay Chou, who portrayed “Kato” (formerly played by Bruce Lee in the TV series) in the international remake of the Green Hornet, is the latest brand ambassador for Asia Pacific of Internet security firm Kaspersky Lab.

The Taiwanese actor is also a film director, singer-songwriter, music and film producer, a one-man entertainment juggernaut, who combines Chinese and Western music styles in an eclectic mix of R&B, rock, pop and ethnic music.

With his versatility as an artist, Chou earned the respect of millions of Asian and Western artists and fans.

His popularity has also earned him the spot of becoming the Asia Pacific Brand Ambassador for Kaspersky Lab.

Under this partnership, Chou will work with Kaspersky Lab to launch new releases of products for home users and corporate users.

Kaspersky Lab Asia Pacific managing director Harry Cheung said the brand is constantly on the lookout for ambassadors who can take the important message of security to a wider audience.

Chou, for his part, said that like the core values upheld by Kaspersky Lab, he also values quality of service and satisfaction of audiences. He understands that protecting one’s investments from a harsh digital crime is paramount and that all Internet users must also be able to put in place all the necessary precautions.

“I trust Kaspersky Lab fully as updates are speedy and constant. There is no downtime, no security breaches and malware gets dealt with quickly and efficiently. I have the peace of mind of the best protection. Kaspersky is my only choice for IT security protection,” Chou said.

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