Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of secure content and threat management solutions, has been named a "Leader" in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms* for the second year in a row. Kaspersky Lab believes it has cemented its status as a provider of endpoint protection platforms with outstanding results for both the “completeness of vision” and “ability to execute” categories.
The Gartner Magic Quadrant is an influential benchmark for companies seeking to evaluate IT security vendors and products due to its complex analysis of a wide range of endpoint protection platforms. Enterprises all over the world pay close attention to its findings when making purchase decisions. This Magic Quadrant is based on criteria in two categories: completeness of vision and ability to execute. Completeness of vision reflects the vendor's standing on innovation, and whether the vendor drives or follows the endpoint protection market. Ability to execute summarizes factors such as the vendor's financial viability, market responsiveness, product development, sales channels and customer base in the endpoint protection segment.
Recognized by industry leaders and analysts, the core advantages of Kaspersky Endpoint Security include its very rapid and accurate malware detection and advanced HIPS features. The product’s manageability – thanks to Kaspersky Security Center’scomprehensive management console – and several well-integrated internally developed features constantly enhance the company’s offering.
Kaspersky Lab provides protection for over 300 million people and about 250,000 companies worldwide, ranging from small and medium-sized businesses, to large commercial and government organizations. The company’s product range meets all the key demands placed on information security systems for businesses and state organizations. For more information about Kaspersky Lab’s ground-breaking corporate IT security solutions, please visit www.kaspersky.com/beready/.
*Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms, Peter Firstbrook, John Girard, Neil MacDonald, January 2, 2013.