Whether you’re moving part or all of your infrastructure to the public cloud, there are more challenges to this than meets the eye. Traditional network discovery and deployment tools struggle to provide full visibility and control over cloud workloads; deploying across multiple public clouds only complicates things further. Security is a vital consideration for ensuring business continuity and data security, but effective security cannot be achieved without visibility and control.
Choosing a security solution that's right for you isn't a walk in a park either. You want to make sure you don’t compromise on protection - which is already an uphill battle given the state of the threat landscape – and you also need cloud-native integration to enable the majority of cloud scenarios.
“Our Kaspersky solution is catching threats that our previous endpoint security solution was missing. I have no doubt that if we stayed on that solution we would have been hit by another form of an attack in the near future.” - Infrastructure network operations manager, retail
The centralized console which allows IT and security teams to manage their Kaspersky security agents across the entire infrastructure from one application allowed IT and security operations teams to improve productivity for their respective tasks.
“For us, some of the best value we get is the peace of mind that we’re better protected against some of the current and future threats.” - Infrastructure network operations manager, retail
Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud security simplifies orchestration for public cloud deployment:
Kaspersky is renowned for our security expertise and cutting-edge protection technology. We offer:
The fully scalable management console facilitates comprehensive security management:
For the complete list of supported platforms and restrictions, please visit support.kaspersky.com
Compute (IaaS) and DevOps platforms
Public clouds - IaaS:
Orchestration and CI/CD pipelines:
Windows guest OS
Linux guest OS
A single compromised cloud instance can have a dramatic negative impact on your entire business. Shared security responsibility reinforces the need for appropriate security capabilities to be applied to your Google Cloud workloads.
Misalignment between IT and security strategies is particularly damaging in cloud environments, where business sustainability may be impacted.
An “anti-malware only” approach doesn’t work in the cloud. More protection layers, such as Behavioral Protection and security controls are needed to ensure a secure cloud journey.
Serious data breaches in the cloud are usually the result of implementing security solutions that don’t provide consistent visibility.
A lack of API integration results in less efficient security provisioning, but cloud workloads need to be protected - whether you can see them or not.
Talk to one of our experts about how we can help secure your cloud journey and execute your corporate security strategy. Get in touch!