Clearly another take on
I still don't understand what they are trying to do. There is no general "antivirus" in this universe. This is like paying for a broom. It may come in handy if you find dust in your house, but if the problem is an inch of water in the cellar, what you gonna do?
They really should spend the money for designing good management practices or for serious engineering of trustworthy and open OS and hardware, even if it's only for bolt-on stuff like SELinux.