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Securing the Virtualized Environment

27 Jun

To help ensure that Philippine businesses can harness the full benefits of virtualization and “Be Ready for What’s Next”, Kaspersky Lab recently unveiled Kaspersky Security for Virtualization, the latest enterprise security product from the anti-virus company.

Kaspersky Security for Virtualization provides agent-less, anti-malware security for a range of virtualized environments. By harnessing the detection power of Kaspersky’s anti-malware engine, as well as the unified manageability of its universal management console, Kaspersky Security Center, this solution effectively protects virtualized environments and provides IT professionals with unified management and visibility.

Kaspersky Security Center offers a single-pane view of all protected machines, allowing swift action when issues arise. Kaspersky Security for Virtualization integrates with VMware vShield to offload essential anti-malware security functions to a dedicated appliance. As a result, companies can enjoy optimal performance, increase consolidation ratios, and maximize savings and ROI of their virtualization projects.

Photo shows Suk Ling Gun, Kaspersky Lab’s corporate sales director for Asia Pacific as she discussed the features of Kaspersky Security for Virtualization to members of the IT media in a press briefing in Makati City recently.

 
1 Comment

Posted by on June 27, 2012 in Kaspersky Lab, Technology

 

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One response to “Securing the Virtualized Environment

  1. Jay Pfoutz

    June 28, 2012 at 2:44 am

    I like the idea of securing virtualized environments, and think every organization needs this kind of program. What’s more interesting is that some malware won’t run in virtualization, which helps buffer security even more!

     

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