Kaspersky Anti Targeted Attack Platform 3.0 release notes


Kaspersky Anti Targeted Attack (KATA) Platform


Kaspersky Anti Targeted Attack Platform 3.0 release notes

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Latest update: February 27, 2018 ID: 14219

Kaspersky Anti Targeted Attack Platform 3.0 was released on December 27, 2017. 

Kaspersky Anti Targeted Attack Platform includes the following main components:

  • Sensor. Receives data. A Sensor component can also be a server or virtual machine on which the Kaspersky Lab application Kaspersky Secure Mail Gateway (hereinafter also referred to as KSMG) is installed. KSMG searches for data in email traffic. Based on the results of processing of email messages in Kaspersky Anti Targeted Attack Platform, KSMG may block the transfer of messages.
  • Central Node. Scans data, analyzes the behavior of objects, and publishes analysis results in the web interface of the program.
  • Sandbox. Starts virtual images of operating systems (32-bit Windows XP SP3, 32-bit Windows 7, and 64-bit Windows 7). Starts files in these operating systems and tracks the behavior of files in each operating system to detect malicious activity and signs of targeted attacks and intrusions into the corporate IT infrastructure.
  • Endpoint Sensors. Installed on separate computers that belong to the corporate IT infrastructure and run the Microsoft Windows operating system. Continuously monitors processes running on those computers, active network connections, and files that are modified. The agent built into Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows (hereinafter also referred to as KES) can also be used as an Endpoint Sensors component.

What's new compared to the previous version


Pre-installation requirements


Procedure for installing program components


Getting started

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