Kaspersky Systems Management
- Cybercriminals are exploiting unpatched vulnerabilities in operating systems and common applications, including Java, Adobe, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office and more, as part of their targeted attacks against all sizes of business. This risk is compounded by increasing IT complexity – if you don’t know what you’ve got, how can you secure it?
- By centralizing and automating essential security and management tasks, such as vulnerability assessment, patch and update distribution, inventory management and control and application rollouts, Kaspersky Vulnerability and Patch Management minimizes IT security risks and cuts through IT complexity. All delivered from a single integrated ‘pane of glass’ security management console.
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- Improved visibility and risk mitigation
- Kaspersky Vulnerability and Patch Management provides comprehensive information about devices and applications running on your network. It gathers data about software versions and ascertains whether updates are needed and vulnerabilities need to be patched. The detected vulnerabilities can be automatically prioritized so that the riskiest patches are patched first and the most important updates deployed with priority. You get a complete view of what you have, the risks involved, and the tools to mitigate them.
- Reduced IT management complexity
- Designed for Windows-based networks, Kaspersky Vulnerability and Patch Management incudes a set of client management tools to automate a wide range of IT administration functions to save time and resources. Automated provisioning of applications – and audited, remote access and troubleshooting – minimizes the time and resources involved in setting up new workstations or rolling out new applications.
- Reduced impact on systems and users
- Kaspersky Vulnerability and Patch Management handles updates and patch distribution centrally to optimize update schedule. This ensures that the network doesn’t overload or have a negative impact on IT systems’ performance. Updates can be scheduled for after-hours to remove interference with employee productivity. When deploying new or updated software at a remote office, one local workstation can act as the update agent for the entire remote office – remote deployment with less traffic on your network.