Enterprise-Ready Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security Simplifies Deployment and Strengthens Protection for Virtualization

Businesswire | July 08, 2019

Enterprise-Ready Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security Simplifies Deployment and Strengthens Protection for Virtualization
In direct response to enterprises’ demand for resource-effective and scalable virtualization security, Kaspersky today announces a new, enhanced version of Kaspersky Security for Virtualization Light Agent, now part ofKaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security. Available through the Kaspersky Security Center console, the enhanced version of the hybrid cloud security solution optimizes protection rollout for large-scale virtual machine deployments and simplifies security management across an entire infrastructure.

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