To support companies moving to a cloud architecture, today, Kaspersky Lab has launched its new Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security offering, expanding the company’s virtualization and cloud security portfolio. The new solution is the next generation of hybrid cloud protection for businesses of all sizes, integrated with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.
Organizations that struggle to deal with the speed of business process automation and growth of corporate data are turning to the hybrid cloud to expand their infrastructure. At the same time, more than half (59%) of businesses feel they cannot fully trust its data to cloud services because it could introduce new risks to their IT security. Their concerns are authentic with the lack of visibility in hybrid cloud ecosystems today – making them even more vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Therefore, to avoid a loss of control over corporate data security when moving to the hybrid cloud model, businesses can equip themselves with a dedicated security management offering, such as Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security, which protects applications and data in physical, virtual and cloud workloads.
The solution provides API-based integration with AWS and supports the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, allowing customers to extend security to every asset they put in the public cloud. The new product introduces Kaspersky Lab’s approach to how multi-cloud environments should defend against the most advanced cyberthreats. It also incorporates unified orchestration, operational hygiene techniques, systems hardening, workload defense, as well as machine learning-assisted runtime protection.