Encryption is a process through which “open” information is transformed into “closed” data, at which point it is protected against unauthorized access. The two key encryption technologies available today, file-level encryption (FLE) and full-disk encryption (FDE), protect critical data and restrict access to it, and rule out the possibility of any important data falling into the hands of third parties, even if a data storage device holding valuable information is lost or stolen.
Kaspersky DDoS Protection is a solution that protects against all types of DDoS attacks by using a distributed infrastructure of data cleaning centers. The solution combines different methods, including traffic filtration on the provider side, installation of a remotely controlled appliance to analyze traffic next to the client’s infrastructure, and the use of specialized cleaning centers with flexible filters. In addition the solution’s work is constantly monitored by Kaspersky’s experts, so the onset of any attack can be detected as soon as possible, and filters can be modified as required.
Being part of Kaspersky System Watcher, this technology analyses the most relevant system event data, including information on the modification of files. When it registers a suspicious application attempting to open a user’s personal files it immediately makes a local protected backup copy of them. If the application is then judged to be malicious, Kaspersky System Watcher automatically rollbacks unsolicited changes.
With the relentless increases in the volume and sophistication of malware and other threats, security has to be on the agenda for every business’s IT strategy. This infographic highlights the business challenges with the Kaspersky solutions.