Say ‘Hello!’ to the Secure Cloud Future
Everlasting protection for your AWS workloads
AWS is the leading public cloud provider, offering the most advanced cloud environment on the market, incorporating outstanding reliability and scalability, and providing a range of cloud-native security tools for building borderless enterprise-level environments.
However, the shared security responsibility model dictates the need for additional security capabilities, enabling an elastic cybersecurity layer that covers your entire cloud environment and protects the data you hold on AWS workloads.
Our philosophy has been to create a perfectly balanced blend of best-of-breed protection, resource-efficient cybersecurity and enterprise-level orchestration capabilities for your AWS environment. Thanks partly to integration via AWS API, we do this better than anyone else.
We let your cloud and its security layer communicate and interoperate. Integration via AWS API means you can see into every corner, understand how your cloud is organised and provision your security capabilities edge to edge, protecting all your cloud workloads.
Next generation cybersecurity means people and machines working together to build an elastic adaptive cloud security environment. This is what we offer, enabling you and your integrated cloud-based security to detect and respond to most advanced cyberthreats.
AWS API integration allows for the unified management of all your IT assets, on-premise and in the cloud, through a single console, providing full visibility and transparency and enabling smooth and efficient orchestration and administration.
Professional help is available whenever you need it. Operating in more than 200 countries, from 34 offices worldwide, we have you covered 24/7/365. Take advantage of our Premium support packages, or call on our Professional Services to ensure that you derive maximum benefit from your Kaspersky Lab security installation.
A single infected cloud instance can have a dramatic negative impact on your entire cloud migration strategy. Shared security responsibility re-enforces the need for appropriate security capabilities to be applied to your AWS cloud workloads.
Misalignment between IT and security strategies is particularly damaging in cloud environments, where business sustainability will be impacted.
An “anti-malware only” approach doesn’t work in the cloud: more protection layers and security controls are needed to accelerate your cloud journey.
Serious data breaches in clouds usually result from implementing security solutions that lack transparency.
Lack of API integration results in less efficient security provisioning, but cloud workloads need to be protected whether or not you can see them.