Kaspersky Endpoint Security Valuable Features

Nadeem Syed
CEO at Haniya Technologies
We've had clients that used to use Symantec Endpoint Security before they started using Kaspersky. Initially, they were a little reluctant about it, about seven or eight years ago. However, after the first year, when they saw the performance of Kaspersky and the quality of the product and the support we provide, they had more confidence. Kaspersky is simply more reliable than products like Symantec. The solution offers very good protection. After almost ten years of use by a client, Kaspersky has not allowed any penetration of ransomware or any other viruses. Kaspersky has been able to repeatedly stop and resolve security issues. The product is easy to operate and it is so mature in our client's network that they don't want to even look at other products. All antivirus products offer more or less the same kinds of features. However, Kaspersky has, in my view, two or three features that actually put them apart with their competitors. One is called the System Watcher. What the System Watcher does is (in case of ransomware or if they executed by mistake any ransomware virus in their network) allow the user to go back and retrieve a specific moment in time to recover the whole computer or all of the data that existed then. That way, clients will lose a very minimal amount of data and they can get back to work as soon as possible as well. Otherwise, they know and we all know that once the ransom virus is executed on a network, it won't be possible to recover anything unless you pay the ransom and/or do other stuff. It won't be possible for you to get all your data back. When they give you the Endpoint Security solution, they also include the feature like Application Control and Interaction, which is also a very good security feature for users. They have a very good reporting system and they have a very good dashboard for the administrator, which makes monitoring everything easy. View full review »
Zain Rehman
Senior Security Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The manual production is what drew us to Kaspersky Endpoint Security. View full review »
Mostafa
System Administrator at Suez Canal Insurance
The valuable features are the antivirus, the firewall, the network blocker, and application and device control. View full review »
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Ritesh Chandra
Manager ICT Solution at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
* The main thing for us is that we get our reporting. * Deployment and centralized management are essential for us because of the number of loads that we have along with the number of geographic locations where we are based. * If any policy has been breached, it will send you a report. View full review »
reviewer1276698
Network Engineer at a tech vendor with 1-10 employees
The solution always has the most up-to-date software. The solution runs well. It's excellent at detecting viruses. The solution is very stable. Our organization can easily scale the solution. The solution is very compatible with Windows devices. The solution is very basic and easy to use. View full review »
Adnan Adnan
ICT Manager at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
The encryption is the most valuable feature. View full review »
Samie Ashraf
IT Infrastructure Manager at a construction company with 51-200 employees
According to my security engineer, Kaspersky essentially protects the devices. Before Kaspersky, we had other solutions that always had some problems with phishing, malware, and other threats. After using Kaspersky, we never have those issues. Prior to using this solution, we also had performance complaints from users. Now, with Kaspersky, we never have performance issues. I would say it is the protection. Yes, there is the ability to protect against normal malware and the performance of the endpoint. It doesn't degrade any performance while working. View full review »
Udaya Sri Kariyawasam
Senior Systems Engineer/Information Security Coordinator at SimCentric
Endpoint Security's most valuable feature is its heuristic analysis. This heuristic approach means that it learns from its past experiences. It is the most valuable feature they have. This contributes to dealing with ransomware, detection, and early mitigation actions. View full review »
Antony Muturi
ICT/HMIS Supervisor at a healthcare company with 501-1,000 employees
The centralised management console. Ability to discover machines and see their realtime state. Integration with AD also helps in identifying sources of infection and acting appropriately View full review »
Olusegun-Ajayi
IT Administrator at WSTC Financial Services Limited
I like the patching and the way the ports are used. The security is very good, compared to some other products. The notifications are good. View full review »
Md. Shahriar Hussain
Information Security Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The signature update is done securely. View full review »
ZaheerKhan
Senior Manager at RQ Net MSC Sdn Bhd
Using dashboards, it is very easy to manage. View full review »
CollinsNyamori
Senior Manager Business Productivity, IT with 5,001-10,000 employees
I value the modular capability to house the network, device, web and email protection. Additionally, the central management policies are valuable. View full review »
Abdou Soudaki
IT Help Desk at Elsewedy Electric Algerie
* Deployment * Reports * Detection View full review »
Gama A. Gunawan
IT Support Supervisor at PT. Tokai Rubber Indonesia
The blocking feature is the most valuable feature. View full review »
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