SonicWALL adds Kaspersky support to firewall enforced anti-virus client

By Telecom Lead Team: SonicWALL, a network security and
data protection solutions provider, has expanded its firewall security services
by adding Kaspersky Anti-Virus to its Enforced Client Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware


SonicWALL Firewalls ensure easy deployment, provisioning
and enforcement of the client on endpoint devices through a policy-driven


SonicWALL Unified Threat Management firewalls provide
gateway anti-virus through SonicWALL’s reassembly-free deep packet inspection
anti-malware solution, protecting the perimeter, wireless and VPNs.


While protection at multiple layers is the best defense
against sophisticated modern threats, deploying, maintaining and enforcing the
right security software on endpoint devices can strain IT resources and


SonicWALL firewalls provide an anti-malware strategy
consisting of its anti-malware solution at the gateway and enforced anti-virus
solution at the endpoints. When a non-compliant end-point within the network
tries to connect to the Internet, the firewall will redirect the user to a web
page to install the latest SonicWALL Enforced Client Anti-Virus and
Anti-Spyware software.


Deploying, maintaining and enforcing the right security
software on endpoint devices within a network can be difficult. Our innovative
SonicWALL solution simplifies this process and gives IT managers easy-to-deploy
anti-virus and anti-spyware protection across any number of devices using
policy-based management and reporting. Kaspersky support bolsters our existing
offering and gives customers more opportunities to choose the anti-virus
solution that best meets their needs,” said Swarup Selvaraman, product line
manager at SonicWALL.


The solution supports Microsoft Windows PCs and laptops
and is ideal for deployments scaling from a few to thousands of end-points.


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