Woburn, MA – August 17, 2017 - Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered a new modification of the well-known mobile banking Trojan, Faketoken, which is now able to steal credentials from popular taxi applications.
Woburn, MA – February 2, 2017 –Kaspersky Lab has extended its long-standing collaboration with NetApp in offering complimentary solutions for data centers with the announcement that Kaspersky Security for Storage is now compatible with NetApp ONTAP 9. Building on existing support for earlier ONTAP systems, the solution enables the smooth migration to the latest version of ONTAP, with robust high-performance and scalable protection of corporate data in storage architecture across disk to flash to cloud.
With the simultaneous deployment of NetApp ONTAP 9 and Kaspersky Security for Storage, corporate customers and channel partners can capitalize on their infrastructure investments, including NetApp engineered systems, cloud and software-defined storage. For corporations with heterogeneous storage infrastructure combining NetApp ONTAP 8 and 9, Kaspersky Security for Storage is compatible with both. This drives cost-efficiency and business continuity, eliminating the need to implement multiple security solutions to protect different versions.
Kaspersky Security for Storage delivers protection for storage systems without affecting performance or undermining data transition and management. The key security advantages now available for NetApp ONTAP 9 include:
- Real-time anti-malware protection;
- Cloud-assisted security with Kaspersky Security Network;
- Flexible scan configuration;
- Optimization and adaptable utilization of system resources;
- Scalability and fault tolerance.
"As a member of the NetApp Alliance Partner Program, Kaspersky Lab is committed to delivering efficient, high-performance storage security solutions to our enterprise customers,” said Veniamin Levtsov, vice president, enterprise business at Kaspersky Lab. “We believe that our close relationships will help a broad range of organizations accelerate applications and amplify their IT infrastructure investments, without compromising on the security of software-defined data centers or having to worry about the compatibility of our solutions."
“One of the goals of the NetApp Alliance Partner Program is to work with companies that have a shared vision of addressing the needs of today’s digital enterprise,” said Maria Olson, vice president, global alliances at NetApp. “Our collaboration with Kaspersky Lab ensures that our customers have visibility of their data across all environments with a choice of safe technologies to protect it.”
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