Definition: Kaspersky Internet Security software is a client-side application that provides protection against the array of asymmetric threats that are faced by information infrastructure owners on-line. The company produces a number of products. One of the features of its flagship product reportedly the capacity to allow an application to run in an isolated area. Another feature is the ability to selectively disable devices (i.e. such as USB drive ports). The software, also, claims to update virus signatures and other updates on an hourly basis among other security features.
Its Relevance: Home business computer owners should purchase, install and use software that provides for online protection software. A potential user should study the various brands then make a decision as to what product best meets his or her individual needs. Users should study the product's individual features in comparison with others.Return from "Kaspersky Internet Security Software" to Words [J - L]