Kaspersky unveils security platform

Kaspersky Lab announced on Wednesday its new flagship corporate security platform, Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business.



By Staff Reporter

Published: Thu 21 Feb 2013, 10:10 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 7:59 AM

The launch of Endpoint Security in the UAE follows the global launch announcement at the company’s Cyber Security Summit titled: “How Cyber-Warfare Impacts Corporate IT Security” that was held in New York, late last month.

The summit featured insights from a variety of recognised IT security experts. These guests included Howard Schmidt, former Cyber-Security Coordinator of the Obama administration; Lawrence Orans, Research Director, Gartner Inc; and several security representatives of international businesses such as RIM and PayPal.

Kaspersky Lab executives and researchers, who shared their latest threat intelligence, expert insights and valuable strategies to help businesses combat cybercrime, joined the experts on stage.

Kaspersky Lab protects about 250,000 companies worldwide and is ranked one of the four biggest endpoint security vendors in the world.

Throughout the presentations and panel discussions, the dangers of cyber-weapons were a consistent theme, and Kaspersky Lab CEO and founder Eugene Kaspersky told the audience that an eventual cyber-attack against a high-profile corporation or critical infrastructure was inevitable.

The company’s new flagship corporate security platform for businesses offers a powerful combination of deep protection, efficiency, and seamless manageability.

To simplify IT security management and ensure advanced protection for business of all sizes, Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business comes with a number of new and improved technologies that allow IT administrators to see, control, and protect their network. Available for purchase in specialised bundles for businesses of all sizes, Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business is a single, unified platform, created by Kaspersky Lab’s engineers from a single code base.

It delivers protection in a way that other security products cannot.

Through one platform, one console, and at one cost, IT administrators can see, control and protect all systems and endpoints within the organization’s IT infrastructure, whether it’s a PC down the hall, a virtual machine in another office, or a missing smartphone across the country.

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