(NBP) signs Kaspersky Endpoint Security Solution, Implementation & Support with Supernet

Karachi, February 02, 2021: Data is one of the valuable assets a Bank holds in trust — and to lose it or lose access to it or for it to be compromised can result in increasingly dire consequences, not only from a cost or regulatory perspective but, more crucially, from the standpoint of erosion of the trust our customers place in us to keep their data secure and private.

At the same time the digitalization of business processes, products, services that normalized mobile and remote computing, often over insecure public and personal Wi-Fi networks and devices, has resulted in a complex and evolving threat landscape with an increasingly vulnerable and blurred perimeter that, if not secured, exposes this asset. A multi-layered cybersecurity strategy is one facet of NBP’s response to the cyber threat and Kapersky’s End Point Protection solution is the product the Bank has employed to secure the ‘perimeter’.

NBP recently signed Kaspersky End Point Protection solution that offers state of the art antivirus, encryption and antimalware protection to ensure threat detection and response offering real-time threat protection to endpoints and sensitive data & applications on servers.

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Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Amin Manji, SEVP/CTO National bank of Pakistan remarked “Kaspersky will form an integral part of NBP’s cybersecurity posture that will reduce and secure the Bank’s attack surface. Ensuring the security and safety of the Bank’s and customer’s data is core to our mission and National Bank of Pakistan is committed to provide safe and secure banking to its customers.” 

Endpoint security is often seen as cybersecurity’s frontline, and represents one of the first places organizations look to secure their enterprise infrastructure. In order to move towards the goal of improved cybersecurity posture and delivering secure financial services to its customers. 

The ceremony was attended by Mr. Amin Manji, SEVP/CTO of National Bank of Pakistan and Mr. Jamal Nasir, CEO SuperSecure and director Supernet Pakistan, and their respective management teams.

Supernet has been awarded a 5 year contract by National Bank of Pakistan for providing endpoint security solution to 11,500 nodes across the country. It is one of the largest projects awarded in banking industry for endpoint security when it comes to the size and scale; CEO Super Secure & Director Supernet, Mr. Jamal Nasir on this occasion commented: 

“Our security solution is designed to seamlessly integrate with their existing environment for threat detection, automatic response, real-time alert and data export. The centralized application, web and device controls will protect their sensitive data on each and every endpoint including PCs, Virtual Workstations and servers. It is a great achievement by the company to deliver critical information security services to one of the leading commercial banks in Pakistan.”

Mr. Amin Maji SEVP/CTO NBP & Mr. Jamal Nasir CEO SuperSecure exchanging signed contract for Kaspersky Endpoint Protection solution with implementation and support for the duration of five years.

These are some of the prominent capabilities Kaspersky Endpoint Protection will provide NBP:

  • Machine-learning classification to detect zero-day threats in near real time
  • Advanced antimalware, ransomware and antivirus protection to protect, detect, and correct malware across multiple endpoint devices and operating systems
  • Proactive web security to ensure safe browsing on the web
  • Data classification and data loss prevention to prevent data loss and exfiltration via USBs
  • Integrated firewall to block hostile network attacks
  • Actionable threat forensics to allow administrators to quickly isolate infections
  • Insider threat protection to safeguard against unintentional and malicious actions
  • Centralized endpoint management platform to improve visibility and simplify operations
  • Endpoint, disk encryption and file integrity monitoring to prevent data exfiltration and Zero-day attacks.

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