Kaspersky Lab and Huawei join forces in cloud security space


Kaspersky Lab and Huawei have jointly announced that they would co-operate fully in the field of cloud security at the recent Huawei Connect 2018 held in Shanghai. The co-operation will seamlessly integrate Kaspersky Lab’s security solutions with Huawei’s cloud computing solution, delivering a more comprehensive approach to security and building a more secure ecosystem while providing simplified management and superior performance to data centres and desktop cloud customers.

Matvey Voytov, Global Cloud Security Director, Kaspersky Lab, said, “The newly launched integrated solution is hosted on Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security and Huawei Fusionsphere Products. Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security provides a unified security for any stage or scenario in the cloud. The solution is suitable for cloud migration and native cloud scenarios, protecting the physical and virtualised workloads of the enterprise, whether it is running locally, in a data centre, or in a public cloud. Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security applications are built on the basis of virtualisation and server features to provide the perfect balance of protection against current and future advanced threats without compromising system performance.”

Huawei FusionSphere provides customers with simple and optimal virtualisation and VDI services, when integrating with Kaspersky Security Solutions, they can provide agentless security protection solution for virtual machine scenarios and lightweight agent security for virtual machine + VDI scenarios, offering customers multi-level, granular and robust security without compromising productivity.

Shrenik Bhayani, General Manager, South Asia, Kaspersky Lab, added, “Huawei is a leading provider of cloud computing solutions for network equipment. As a leader in information security, Kaspersky Lab is pleased to start a comprehensive co-operation with Huawei in the field of cloud computing security. We are looking forward to have such redefining associations in India as well to provide better security for the country’s cloud computing users.”


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