Kaspersky Security for Storage effectively protects Network Attached Storages (NAS) manufactured by EMC, NetApp, Dell, Hitachi, Oracle and IBM, as well as other ICAP-compliant and RPC-compliant storages.
Whenever a file is launched or modified, it’s automatically scanned – suspicious objects are treated or deleted and quarantined for further analysis.
Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) is a complex distributed infrastructure dedicated to processing cybersecurity-related data streams from millions of voluntary participants around the world in real time. KSN communicates directly with your Kaspersky Security for Storage installation, delivering the highest levels of protection through identifying and responding almost instantaneously to known, unknown and even zero-day threats, while generating the lowest rates of false positives.
Kaspersky’s latest anti-malware engine uses advanced techniques – including heuristic analysis – to deliver highest levels of anti-malware protection for storage.
When a suspicious object is detected, it’s placed into quarantine – and, before any actions are performed on the object, an unmodified copy is placed into a backup storage.
Kaspersky’s flexible scanning processes help you to secure your corporate network and optimize the load on your servers. You can define a wide range of scan settings, including:
Kaspersky Security for Storage is supplied complete with Kaspersky Security Center – a centralized management console that supports the remote installation and configuration of the product, and simplifies the management of day-to-day operation, updates and notifications.
You can manage Kaspersky Security for Storage either directly or remotely via the Microsoft Management Console or Kaspersky Security Center, or by using the command line. The console provides graphical reports on the protection status of your NAS equipment.
A choice of privilege levels can be assigned to each server’s administrator – to help ensure compliance with specific security requirements.
Administrator notifications – for an extensive range of events – can be sent via the messaging service or email. Kaspersky Security for Storage is integrated with Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and can operate with Microsoft Operations Management (MOM).
Administrators can monitor operation, via graphical reports – or by reviewing Microsoft Windows or Kaspersky Security Center event logs. An integrated search tool supports filters – for quick searches of large-volume logs.