Kaspersky Lab Adds New Layer to Enterprise Protection with Private Security Cloud

by December 8, 2015 0 comments

Kaspersky Lab announces – Kaspersky Private Security Network. Using the network, Kaspersky Lab’s products can receive real-time data about program and website reputations, and provide companies with the fastest possible protection from new threats, without exchanging data with outside servers.

Kaspersky Security Network (KSN), Kaspersky Lab’s distributed cloud infrastructure, has long been an effective tool with which to address the latest cyberthreats. The servers, which are strategically located in different countries, process on-the-fly requests arriving from Kaspersky Lab solutions installed on corporate and home user computers. KSN currently helps to protect over 80,000,000 users each year.

Before a security solution receives the confirmation that a tested file or a website is dangerous or innocuous, it first needs to send information into the cloud. However, this is not a viable choice for some business areas or in certain countries, even if cyberthreat statistics need to be uploaded. To accommodate these clients, Kaspersky Lab has developed Kaspersky Private Security Network, a private cloud which contains an internal copy of KSN, incorporating all of its advantages. Databases are installed on servers located within the corporate information infrastructure. Up-to-date information about threats arrives to these databases from KSN thanks to regular one-way synchronization, meaning that no data whatsoever is sent from the corporate network to the cloud.

Kaspersky Private Security Network, alongside with Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business, Kaspersky Security for Virtualization, Kaspersky DDoS Protection etc., is part of Kaspersky Lab’s package of solutions designed to provide enterprises with information security. These products enable the client to create a comprehensive, multi-layered protection system even in an environment of limited access to external resources.

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