Kaspersky – Security for Virtualization 5.0 Light Agent

Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 5.0 Light Agent is an integrated solution providing comprehensive protection for virtual machines powered by a VMware ESXi, Citrix XenServer or Microsoft Windows Server hypervisor in the Hyper-V, KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) or Proxmox role against various information threats, and network and phishing attacks. The application protects virtual machines with desktop and server guest operating systems.

New Features:

  • There is now support for new types of guest operating systems (Linux and Windows).
  • ProxMox hypervisor is now supported.
  • The application can now operate on a virtual machine that employs Citrix XenApp technology.
  • There is a new licensing scheme based on the number of processors used on hypervisors on which protected virtual machines are running. This licensing scheme uses keys with a restriction on the number of processors. In accordance with the licensing restriction, the application is used to protect all virtual machines running on hypervisors that use a certain number of processors.
  • A new Integrity Monitoring component has been added (available under an Enterprise license).
  • An Application Startup Control component for Windows servers (available under an enterprise license) has been added.
  • There is an updated operating logic for the Application Startup Control component: “White lists” are selected as the main logic for the component as a whole.
  • The licensing logic has been improved and now provides the capability to use the standard functionality under a standard license and extended functionality under an enterprise license. The following functionality is available under an enterprise license:
  • An advanced SVM selection algorithm.
  • Integrity Monitoring component.
  • Startup Control component.
  • Light Agent policies now have the option to define a profile that lets you further restrict their scope of application.
  • You can now create a default policy for the Protection Server and tasks after installation of the Kaspersky Security administration plug-ins.
  • You can now remove SVMs by using the SVM Management Wizard.
  • You can now view a list of SVMs in the Integration Server Console.
  • You can now view a list of Light Agents connected to SVMs in the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console.
  • You can now encrypt the connection between Light Agents and SVMs.
  • Kaspersky Security Center now indicates when protected machines have no connection with the Integration Server or SVMs, and indicates when SVMs experience problems on the Integration Server.
  • You can now fine-tune email scan settings in the Mail Anti-Virus extension for Microsoft Office Outlook.
  • You can now configure the Virus Scan task to pause virus scan tasks in case of other program activity.
  • Use of certificates to protect the Integration Server connection to hypervisors, Light Agents, SVMs, and the Integration Server Console.
  • The application has been modified as required for use in accordance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for the protection of virtual infrastructures.

 

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Posted on June 28, 2018
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