TLDR

  • Kaspersky launches KUMA, a unified monitoring and analysis platform, to enhance cybersecurity in Malaysia amid rising digital threats. Key features include high performance, low system requirements, scalability, unified web console, and out-of-the-box integration.

In response to the evolving cybersecurity landscape, Kaspersky unveils its cutting-edge solution, the Kaspersky Unified Monitoring and Analysis Platform (KUMA), designed to fortify businesses and organizations against digital threats. As Malaysia strives to boost its digital economy, Kaspersky addresses the crucial need for robust cybersecurity infrastructure.

Emerging Threats in 2024

Kaspersky’s experts foresee ongoing cybersecurity challenges in Southeast Asia, including phishing, scams, data breaches, and geopolitically-motivated cyberattacks. The digitalization wave in the region amplifies the risk, necessitating proactive measures for safeguarding organizations and individuals.

KUMA’s Role and Benefits

KUMA, a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution, empowers cybersecurity teams by efficiently detecting, investigating, and responding to complex cyber incidents. Developed after uncovering a mobile Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) campaign, KUMA offers a unified console for monitoring and analyzing information security incidents.

Key Features of KUMA:

  • High Performance: Achieves 300k+ Events Per Second (EPS) per KUMA instance.
  • Low System Requirements: Operates in virtual or physical environments, with up to 10k EPS All-in-One on a single virtual server.
  • Scalability: Adaptable microservice architecture with High Availability (HA) support for each component.
  • Unified Web Console Interface: Single fully multi-tenancy UI console for seamless management.
  • Out-of-the-Box Integration: Collaborates with third-party products and Kaspersky solutions.
  • Low Entry Threshold: User-friendly without requiring specialized knowledge.

Integration with Kaspersky CyberTrace

KUMA integrates with the Kaspersky CyberTrace platform, enhancing threat detection capabilities. By extracting compromise indicators from the National Coordination Center for Computer Incidents, KUMA aids researchers in identifying and responding to security events effectively.

XDR Capabilities for Enhanced Efficiency

KUMA employs an Extended Detection and Response (XDR) approach, boosting cybersecurity teams’ efficiency in dealing with sophisticated targeted attacks. Organizations, irrespective of size and maturity, can deploy KUMA to receive security events from various sources, correlate them with threat intelligence feeds, and gain insights into their security posture.

For More Information: For further details about the platform, please visit KUMA Support.

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