Kaspersky commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity (KICS) for Networks. The study provides readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of KICS for Networks on their organizations. To better understand the benefits, costs, and risks associated with this investment, Forrester interviewed an organization with experience using KICS for Networks.
“After considering other solutions, the interviewed organization chose to proceed with a KICS for Networks platform because it covered the required security certifications, worked better with the existing SIEM, and provided better monitoring of the network”Read the study
Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity is a portfolio of products and services specially designed by Kaspersky to secure operational technology layers and elements of industrial enterprises.
With a holistic approach to industrial cybersecurity, Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity brings value at any stage of the customer’s OT security process – from cybersecurity assessment and training to advanced technologies and incident response.
KICS for Networks – an OT network monitoring and visibility solution, delivered as software or a virtual appliance, passively connected to the ICS network. KICS for Networks detects anomalies and intrusions inside ICS networks in their early stages and ensures the necessary actions are taken to prevent any negative impact on industrial processes. Its interface displays a live dashboard and a network map, allowing working with assets and security events.
KICS for Nodes – an OT endpoint security product, delivered as software for Windows and Linux-based machines. KICS for Nodes was specially designed to consume minimal resources. Built on security and embedded systems, its modular architecture means you only have to install the protective components you need. Protective components can be configured to the threat prevention mode or to detection-only mode. This approach is ideal for legacy, low-performance machines that require the maximum available computing power.