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New security platform for businesses

A security platform built from the ground up, offering a business critical combination of protection, efficiency and manageability.
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Kaspersky Lab, the world’s largest privately held vendor of endpoint protection solutions released its new generation of business security solutions designed to help  businesses in the Philippines overcome the latest challenges in managing a secure, efficient network.


This is also part of Kaspersky Lab’s continued support for Filipino businesses of all sizes amid increasing use of information and communication technology (ICT).

The company’s new flagship security platform for businesses, Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business, was built to provide the industry’s best protection from advanced malware and cybercrime, and also to combat another common enemy of IT security – complexity.

Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business is the first true security platform built from the ground up, offering a business critical combination of protection, efficiency and manageability.

“We are looking at the Philippines as one of the steadily-growing markets in the region. But the local economy is no different from mature markets elsewhere in the world. Philippine industries now rely heavily on information, the new oil --- as they say and companies here, too, are investing on IT to drive business growth,” said Jimmy Fong, Channel Sales Director for Kaspersky Lab South East Asia.

 

New IT Department Realities

The fundamental mission of the IT Administrator hasn’t changed much, but there are more obstacles along the way. Organizations of all sizes deal with these challenges, but small-to-midsized businesses suffer from an additional hurdle: lack of resources and expertise to manage these new demands.

In addition to sophisticated malware targeting businesses on a daily basis, IT Administrators must now account for new complexities such as employees wanting to use their personal devices (tablet PCs, smartphones, and laptops) on the company’s network.


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