Kaspersky Endpoint Security
by Kaspersky Lab4.4 / 5 651 reviews
Average Ratings651 reviews
- Overall 4.4 / 5
- Ease of Use 4.3 / 5
- Customer Service 4.2 / 5
- Features 4.4 / 5
- Value for Money 4.2 / 5
- Starting Price US$40.00/one-time
- Free Trial No
Cloud, SaaS, Web
24/7 (Live Rep)
- Kaspersky Lab
- Founded 1997
About Kaspersky Endpoint Security
Protect users against malicious programs such as viruses, worms, Trojans, hackers, spam and other forms of intrusion.
Kaspersky Endpoint Security Features
- Anti Spam
- Anti Virus
- Audit Trail
- Compliance Management
- Database Security Audit
- File Access Control
- Financial Data Protection
- Maintenance Scheduling
- Real Time Monitoring
- Security Event Log
- Virus Definition Update
- Vulnerability Protection
Kaspersky Endpoint Security Most Helpful Reviews
Reviewed on 31/07/2019
One of the top AV on the market
Pros: I have had many great experiences with Kaspersky being pro active, catching the newest and baddest viruses, and cleaning the computer well. Does not take a lot of resources while scanning, usually, so end users will not necessarily feel the affects.
Cons: Have not had a whole lot. Only issue I ever had was with licenses renewing properly, but a repair on the program usually will free that up.
Reviewed on 08/11/2019
My thoughts about Kaspersky Endpoint Security
Comments: Kaspersky Endpoint Security combines centralized application, management, and control across all devices connected to the corporate network and reliable protection against cyber threats. With advanced features such as Mobile Device Management, System Management, and Endpoint Encryption, IT administrators can easily identify vulnerabilities, inventory, and create and deploy security policies to prevent data loss and theft.
Pros: The 30% reduction in the deployment package of Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows SP1 and the integration of the endpoint encryption module greatly reduced network traffic during the application and accelerated installation and management processes.
Cons: My thoughts always are positive related to this program and I am pleased to use that. But I think the admin console could be better because sometimes the options are not easily found.
Reviewed on 31/01/2018
For me Kaspersky has always had the highest detection rate and a lightweight antivirus software.
Comments: For me Kaspersky has always had the highest detection rate as a lightweight antivirus software. I like using Symantec and Avira of course but Kaspersky definitely score high. I highly value security on antivirus so the endpoint security serves the right balance for me. Why is it necessary to choose a paid antivirus such as the End point security package, simply put hardly any free softwares provide all of web protection, malware protection, mail protection etc. Fact is this one will keep you safe both on the internet and off it I like this.
Pros: For me Kaspersky has always had the highest detection rate as a lightweight antivirus software. I like using Symantec and Avira of course but Kaspersky definitely score high. I highly value security on antivirus so the endpoint security serves the right balance for me. Why is it necessary to choose a paid antivirus such as the End point security package, simply put hardly any free softwares provide all of web protection, malware protection, mail protection etc. Fact is this one will keep you safe both on the internet and off it I like this.
Cons: Well one of the only issue I have is that it is slightly heavier on disk usage than some of the free solutions. It is a bit pricier than other software and this maybe an issue for some people. This may be an issue now that the free solutions have been proven to be performing just as well in most aspects as a paid solution
Reviewed on 08/03/2018
Kaspersky is decent protection that won't slow down your computer
Comments: Kaspersky protects my computers without slowing them down. I am confident that I will remain virus free with this software installed.
Pros: This AV is rated among the top 5, and frequently battles for the #1 spot with Bit Defender. It's really easy to manage the devices that you are able to protect with your licenses. It's also easy to transfer licenses from one computer to another. It has many features and rivals Bit Defender for it's active heuristic virus protection. It does a good job against ransomware in general, and is quick to update virus definitions when there is a new virus out there. Kaspersky also has a great research team, and they are in the news many times for initial discovery of new viruses.
Cons: Sometimes, Kaspersky doesn't like a certain part of a webpage which is mainstream and considered safe by other antiviruses. You need to select that it's okay to view that part of the page, but the problem is that if you get in the habit of doing that, then you might allow a page that in fact is not safe. So, the biggest con then would be it's a bit overzealous. Sometimes, it's better to have too much security than not enough, but if you are clicking past it and allowing it anyway, it becomes habitual and actually becomes less secure.
Reviewed on 04/02/2019
Safety exists only when you're not aware of what is protecting you
Comments: Trying to install and manage any software in thousands of endpoints, located in different and connected sites, is a challenge. Kaspersky Endpoint Security offers you the ability to do that with low impact for users, computers and network resources. Corporate users won't even know that it's there, how it’s configured and what is secure or not to do, they only have to take care of their business.
Pros: Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) is a cloud database with the reputation of millions of applications and websites and is improved by each user issues. e. g. An infection that occurs anywhere on the planet, can be quickly prevented in other places after the information is stored in KSN. Policy settings offer a powerful tool to segregate different kind of users and computer resources. Policies can be easily and quickly installed and changed if you have an issue, and need to reduce the effect or improve security. The corporate license price is very competitive considering the great number of features and aggregated value.
Cons: Heuristic Analysis and System Watcher use a lot of CPU resources and sometimes can cause Excel, Word or Windows to crash, leaving users unsatisfied. Some updates need to be deployed and managed, instead of being automatically applied by the installed version.