Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business Core is an on-premise and cloud-based security solution for small and medium-sized businesses that includes anti-malware, a firewall and a central administration control. It combines signature-based malware detection with the pattern-based technologies, enabling it to defend against new and emerging threats. It also taps into the Kaspersky Security Network, allowing Kaspersky analysts to keep track of threats in real time. It works on multiple operating systems, including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Kaspersky’s firewall and intrusion prevention system helps protect workstations and servers from intruders seeking to steal business data. The firewall comes with rules for the most common programs already in place, thus reducing the time required to spend on configuration. The solution helps users protect smartphones and tablets with anti-phishing, jailbreak detection, mobile device management and anti-theft technologies for Android and iOS devices.
Pricing is either monthly or annual licensing. Support is provided via live chat, online forums, knowledge base and phone.
Aviram G. Branche: Unterhaltung Mitarbeiteranzahl: 51-200 Mitarbeiter
This antivirus is uses very low resources on the computer, and you cant hardly notice its running in the background.
Another very important feature is how it handles Randomwares. from my previous expereince this is one of the top antiviruses that handles this problem well.
There are alot of updates & the ability to temporary disable the antivirus is hidden too well :)
Giovanni P. Branche: Bankwesen Mitarbeiteranzahl: 1.001-5.000 Mitarbeiter
It is a very useful antivirus and during the time I used it, it perfectly protected my computers and its cost was always within what I was willing to pay.
It is a great antivirus that is compatible with almost any device, it has a very updated virus and malware database, just connecting an infected device or entering a dangerous website alerts us and blocks the threat before it can infect the machine.
Its licensing cost is very affordable and one of the most competitive on the market.
One of the problems of this software is when it is running it consumes more than 30% of the resources of a machine, this if your machine is not very powerful leaves you with limited resources to work.
Abinadi R. Branche: Computer- & Netzwerksicherheit Mitarbeiteranzahl: 5.001-10.000 Mitarbeiter
I used the product for my working machine and it was really great overall. I love the console and details from the updates.
Kaspersky Endpoint Security is simply one of the security endpoints available in the market today. After following its evolution through the years it's now one to the top competitors for security product and you will make the right desition if you chose it
When looking into secuirty product you need to appreciate the effectiveness of signatures and the frequency as well. you will get frequent enough updates however I would like to see more frequent ones
Amanda B. Branche: Forschung Mitarbeiteranzahl: 201-500 Mitarbeiter
My company uses Kaspersky to prevent employees from accessing insecure or banned sites using work computers. As an employee, it may be great for the company but can be frustrating because there is no clear information for the user as to why access to a certain site is blocked.
My company has Kaspersky implemented on company computers, and I only interact with it when it flags a site as suspicious and prohibits me from accessing it. Some of the sites I'm blocked from accessing do seem like they might not have good security, but it also occasionally blocks me from visiting legitimate sites.
From the user's end, Kaspersky gives no information about why access to a given site has been blocked, so it doesn't really help me figure out how to get the information I need. I don't know if the site I'm trying to visit isn't secure, or if it contains keywords that my company has blocked. I am a biologist and search for, for example, reproduction-related information. Are those keywords flagged or is it something about the site? For my company it might be great, for me it can be frustrating when I think I have a good source of information and find myself blocked.
Ihab M. Branche: Bildungsmanagement Mitarbeiteranzahl: 1.001-5.000 Mitarbeiter
Personally i was using Kaspersky Antivirus since 2006, it always protected my computers from viruses/Trojans when other AV software failed. one of the best decisions i took is to deploy Kaspersky products in our University's computers. for more than 12 years me and my team have continuously experienced their developments, new features and improvements.
I personally consider Kaspersky Endpoint security as a market leader, i evaluated different products but none of them was even close. one of the things i like about Kaspersky is their AV signatures. they release an update almost every hour , their labs are so dedicated and they really know what they are doing.
Also there new KSN network is amazing, it helps a lot on discovering zero day attacks.
i am lucky to say that the latest Ransomware attacks couldn't reach out computers thanks to their intelligent scanning and continuous updates.
If you want to secure a large environment with thousands of desktops, you must try Kaspersky.
One issue that i don't like about most modern Antivirus software especially Kaspersky is that they consume a lot of memory and computer resources. most of our users with old/legacy desktops had encountered slow performance. however, if you are using new hardware like Intel i7 or i9 and at least 8GB memory you should be okay.