Kaspersky Endpoint Security Room for Improvement

Nadeem Syed
CEO at Haniya Technologies
From a business point of view, it's not likely applicable to them, however, I've noticed that they have separated out a few features which they used to support as one package. For example, they used to have DLP solutions in the Endpoint Security as well and they had sandboxing capabilities too. Now, they have separated it into a different solution or a separate cost. They are offering the DLP and sandboxing features with the endpoint as an add-on solution. I'm sure it makes them more money, to be honest. That said, if they had all of the features in the same product, it would be both helpful and put them far above any other competitor. The solution needs to lower its pricing. View full review »
Zain Rehman
Senior Security Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
This solution needs improvement in the reporting section. Reporting in Kaspersky Endpoint is good but it's not that great. The platform needs to centralize reporting control. They should include some BMP features, like a BD board or MP board and some D&B company in the near future. That would be good. View full review »
Mostafa
System Administrator at Suez Canal Insurance
I would like to see improvements in the device control features, which are limited. I can block devices by the policy in the device control such as usb and cd but i can block devices like sound that not supported by Kaspersky I would see update in the device control policy that let me add devices by its id To control them by block or allow it That will help the administrator for full control and will rate the kaspersky to be the number one in the field View full review »
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Ritesh Chandra
Manager ICT Solution at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
* I would like to see machine learning and AI as added features. * It would be nice if they had a separate email security solution (instead of only their cloud edition), similar to what Forcepoint and Trend Micro have. * I would rate their encryption as a one out of 10. It needs a lot of improvement. * There are some features built into Kaspersky that do not work at all, so we have to use other products instead. View full review »
reviewer1276698
Network Engineer at a tech vendor with 1-10 employees
The solution seems incapable of stopping the proxy connection. The proxy server seems to be bypassing the antivirus. It's an aspect they need to improve. The initial setup is complex. While it's compatible with Windows, it may not work as well with other operating systems. Reporting is not that good for Kaspersky. I want more detailed reporting, I want the details reported in the reporting section, and everything is in one report. That is not possible now on Kaspersky. The reporting consists of the computer name or the IP only. I want complete detailed reporting capabilities in the next update. View full review »
Adnan Adnan
ICT Manager at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
There should be some AI involved. We already have machine learning involved in recent releases but machine learning should be more enhanced in the upcoming versions. The logs should be more simplified and more interactive for the end user. These are the areas I feel they need to improve on. View full review »
Samie Ashraf
IT Infrastructure Manager at a construction company with 51-200 employees
I would like to have more forensic features. For example, if we are hit by an attack, I would like to have tools to investigate what kind of attack, who has attacked, how it was attacked, and what we could do to stop this kind of attack in the future. I would like to have more forensics capability built into Kaspersky. View full review »
Udaya Sri Kariyawasam
Senior Systems Engineer/Information Security Coordinator at SimCentric
We do high profile work, meaning agent analysis. Sometimes users complain that we can't access a particular website. A big improvement would be allowing us to reconfigure the agents and change what to whitelist for a specific user. If the user is not happy with the configuration and is being blocked from certain sites, we should be able to reconfigure the monitoring mechanics to make it more flexible. In other words, we should be able to monitor what is vulnerable and critical in order to assess access to a particular website. Additionally, it would be helpful if they could provide us with a tech report generation mechanism. View full review »
Antony Muturi
ICT/HMIS Supervisor at a healthcare company with 501-1,000 employees
If someone has the older version of the solution, and wants to install a newer version, they must remove all of the previous applications. Otherwise, there will be issues with the solution in the long run. There should be a remover tool that is embedded on the agent. Then, it could check on incompatible previous versions and remove the same on the background. This needs improvement. There have been cases where one installs newer versions on top of existing version e.g 10.2 on top of 10.1 going onto 11.0 the upgrades will refuse to install requiring one to clean the machine of any trace of Kaspersky using the removal tool. In settings where centralised management is used the requirement that you handle an single computer is time consuming. I just want to be pushing the patches and upgrades without a hustle. I think that there are issues of agents and the upgrades. View full review »
Olusegun-Ajayi
IT Administrator at WSTC Financial Services Limited
I would like to see enhancements made with respect to the administration. We have found that when we push the installation from the server to the rest of the clients, some systems pick it up automatically and continuously maintain them, whereas other systems do not. In these cases, we have to manually install, and moreover, we still cannot manage them from the administration end. If this break in the link between the administration and the clients can be fixed then it would be better. View full review »
Md. Shahriar Hussain
Information Security Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
There are some issues that recently happened with this solution. The American government and other countries banned Kaspersky, since it is a Russian product, and customers lost their confidence in it. There is too much deviation from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Kaspersky could provide more training for the local support. View full review »
ZaheerKhan
Senior Manager at RQ Net MSC Sdn Bhd
Kaspersky is lacking in features for DLP and protection against ransomware. I would like to see the inclusion of support for device management and device control. View full review »
CollinsNyamori
Senior Manager Business Productivity, IT with 5,001-10,000 employees
We have experienced problems with downloads and integration in the past. I think it would be good for them to consider cloud integration capabilities. View full review »
Abdou Soudaki
IT Help Desk at Elsewedy Electric Algerie
I would like to see an enhanced web platform. The reports and email notifications have room for improvement. View full review »
Gama A. Gunawan
IT Support Supervisor at PT. Tokai Rubber Indonesia
It needs more computer resources. They should have more anti-spam features. View full review »
NicholasLim
Branch Manager with 10,001+ employees
I would like to see better reporting. View full review »
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