New versions of Kaspersky Lab's personal products attain OESIS OK certification
31 jul 2009
Notícias de Negócios
Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of secure content management solutions, announces the successful OESIS OK certification of the new versions of its personal products. Certification in OPSWAT’s OESIS OK system attests to a product’s seamless interoperability with software solutions from market-leading vendors.
Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2010 and Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 attained OESIS OK certification in the Antivirus category. The Kaspersky Lab products were tested on criteria such as running correctly on supported operating systems, the absence of malicious code and integration with OESIS Framework, an industry standard for monitoring and managing security applications on endpoints.
OESIS Framework is a cross platform, open development framework which enables software engineers and technology vendors to develop products that detect, classify and manage thousands of third-party software applications.
OESIS OK confirms that products by Kaspersky Lab are detected and controlled by OESIS Framework. This guarantees the uninterrupted connectivity and interoperability of network nodes where Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2010 and Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 function as well as the correct and reliable operation of the certified applications themselves in a computer network.
OESIS OK certification has already been attained by the 2009 versions of Kaspersky Anti-Virus and Kaspersky Internet Security.
Founded in 2002, OPSWAT (www.opswat.com) provides software engineers and IT pros with software development tools and data services to power manageability and security solutions. The company OPSWAT, Inc. also founded OESIS OK, an open industry-wide certification program that verifies the interoperability of endpoint security applications with products from market-leading technology vendors. The free “Am I OESIS OK?” Utility hosted on www.oesisok.com enables end users to assess the interoperability and quality level of their endpoint applications.