Russian vendor Kaspersky's antivirus software is one of the best out there. Its feature-rich endpoint security software includes strong antivirus, browsing protection, device and web controls, a firewall and remote management.
You can wipe company devices if necessary, control the level of online protection and make sure every network entry point is being monitored.
What sets Kaspersky apart is its mobile security. Its impressive tools mean you can detect insecure devices, filter unwanted calls and texts, set password rules and even control the use of the camera.
All of this wizardry can be accessed by its simple, and well designed online dashboard.
It is worth noting that Kaspersky hit the headlines in 2017 however, after the UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) warned the UK Government not to use the Russian antivirus software, amid claims that the Russia government has the intent "to target UK central Government and the UK's critical national infrastructure".
Kaspersky Lab CEO Eugene Kaspersky has denied that he has ties to the Russian government, arguing that he would leave Russia if he was ever pressured to compromise his business.
So, while the UK government will be avoiding Russian security software, the NCSC "see no compelling case at present to extend that advice to wider public sector, more general enterprises, or individuals... We really don’t want people doing things like ripping out Kaspersky software at large, as it makes little sense.”