What's new

This section contains information about the new features and improvements in each version of Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud and Kaspersky Business Hub.



Update 13.1

We have made a number of internal improvements in Kaspersky Business Hub.


Update 12.3

Update 12.2

We have updated the display of widgets and banners that provide you with aggregated protection statistics across all your workspaces.


Update 11.2

As people around the world move to remote work and distance learning, we offer you an extended 180-day free trial of Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Office 365, to protect your Microsoft Teams and other Office 365 applications.

Update 11.1

We have improved the stability and availability of Kaspersky Business Hub.


Update 10.3

Based on customer feedback, we have adjusted the internal rules for removing inactive devices from Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud. Now, even after 60 days of inactivity, the devices will still be visible until you explicitly delete them.

Update 10.1

Kaspersky Business Hub now supports protection of SharePoint Online by Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Office 365.


Update 9.3

Update 9.2

Update 9.1


Update 8.5

Update 8.4

Update 8.3

Update 8.2

Update 8.1


Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud changes:

Kaspersky Business Hub changes:

Update 7.5

Update 7.4

A problem with saving Web Control rules has been solved.

Update 7.3

Update 7.2

Update 7.1

The News and feedback section has been introduced. Now you can see historical data about how Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud has been updated over time, and you can provide feedback to the application development team.


Update 6.7

Several internal improvements have been implemented.

Update 6.6

Update 6.5

Update 6.4

Internal optimization of Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Office 365 and Kaspersky Security Integrations for MSP. This internal change does not affect user activity.

Update 6.3

Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Office 365 Data Processing Agreement update; bug fixes.

Update 6.2

Update 6.1

Software solution quality improvements are included.


Update 5.2

Update 5.1


Update 4.1


Update 3.1


Update 2.2

Update 2.1

A number of issues have been resolved, including inconsistent language changes in the Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud console and in the Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud portal.


Update 1.5

An issue has been resolved—when a too-weak password was used and no error message was generated to explain why an account with this password could not be created.

Update 1.4

Update 1.3

Terms of Use document update; bug fixes.

Update 1.2

Minor texts update.

Update 1.1

Minor update of the Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud landing page.


Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud is a software solution designed for centralized management of specific applications through a cloud-based console.

With Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud, you can do the following: install and update Kaspersky Lab applications in centralized mode on computers, servers, and mobile devices managed through Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud; manage device settings and security settings through security profiles; and manage and edit user properties, create user groups, and provide various rights to users.

Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud is deployed on the Kaspersky Lab side. To make use of Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud, you must use a device that is connected to the Internet and has a supported browser installed.

Key features for Windows-based devices: File Anti-Virus, Web Anti-Virus, Mail Anti-Virus, Network Attack Blocker, System Watcher, Firewall, Device Control, and Web Control.

Key mobile protection features: Web Protection, Configurable password; File Anti-Virus, SIM Control, Call and Text Filter, and Application and Compliance Control for Android; Configurable Wi-Fi network connection; and Management of embedded iOS features.

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