• 18 October 2021
    Kaspersky announces Software Bill of Materials available for its customers and partners
    By providing a list of software components, known as the Software Bill of Materials (SBOM), global cybersecurity company Kaspersky is enhancing the ways in which it ensures the integrity of its products, and helps customers and partners understand what’s inside the company’s products and software architecture.
  • 14 October 2021
    MysterySnail: Kaspersky finds zero-day exploit for Windows OS
    In late summer 2021, Kaspersky’s automated detection technologies prevented a series of attacks using an elevation of privilege exploit on multiple Microsoft Windows servers. Upon closer analysis into the attack, Kaspersky researchers discovered a new zero-day exploit.
  • 7 October 2021
    Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud ensures 100% protection from ransomware, confirmed AV-TEST
    Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud demonstrated 100% efficiency against ransomware attacks, according to a recent assessment by AV-TEST. As a result of three different scenarios and 113 attack samples, the product didn’t lose a single user file and outran 10 different cybersecurity vendors.
  • 2 September 2021
    AV-TEST study confirms Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud prevents accidental leakage of 100% of sensitive data
    According to a recent assessment by AV-TEST, Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud shows 100% efficiency in detecting files floating in Microsoft 365 applications that contain German Personal Identifiable Information (PII) or bank card details. This information allows security managers to see who has access to PII and ensures that customer data isn’t at risk of being exposed. The test’s positive results scored higher than the in-built security solution in Microsoft 365 E5.
  • 17 August 2021
    Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security enhances protection for Linux and delivers security management as a service
    Kaspersky unveils updates to two of its applications in the Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security protection solution for virtualization and cloud environments – Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux and Kaspersky Security Center management console. The new version of Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux hardens defenses from exploits and ransomware attacks. It also extends protection for DevOps with support for new containerization environments and more native delivery of protection mechanisms for Docker containers. The Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console now works with public cloud platforms to enable more convenient management of cloud workload protection.
  • 21 July 2021
    New Kaspersky Password Manager: focus on convenience and enhanced password control
    Kaspersky Password Manager has implemented several improvements across all platforms and enhanced control over password strength. The version on Windows has become more convenient and transparent: new features will allow customers to monitor the status and security of all passwords. The option that allows the scanning of multi-page documents is now available for iOS users. The Android version received support for 10 browsers as well as for Huawei devices.
  • 19 April 2021
    New Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud upgraded with EDR for small and medium businesses
    Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud now includes endpoint detection and response (EDR) capabilities dedicated for small and medium-sized organizations. It gives IT administrators visibility over affected endpoints and the attack kill chain, so they can analyze incident parameters and root causes, and then take proactive measures to enhance overall business protection.