Added support for Single Sign-On (SSO) technology for users who are allowed to work with the Kaspersky Security Center Web Console (including Active Directory® users) – these users can proceed from the Kaspersky Security Center Web Console page to the web interface page of the Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity for Networks Server and connect to the Server using their own account credentials. For user authentication, Kaspersky Security Center and Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity for Networks must be preconfigured to use Single Sign-On technology.
Mechanism that allows a user to access multiple software resources using the same user account.
Added capability for integration with an Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) – Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity for Nodes. When configuring receipt of data from these applications, you must also install the Kaspersky Endpoint Agent application. When working in integration mode, Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity for Networks receives data from nodes that are protected by Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity for Nodes, and uses this data to update information about registered devices, security events, and network interactions. Data from EPP applications let you take inventory of the industrial network and track interactions between devices even if you are not using monitoring points on nodes that have application components installed (if integration servers for data acquisition were added to these nodes). Security events forwarded from Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity for Nodes expand the capabilities of Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity for Networks to detect incidents and help identify a larger number of attacks in all monitored segments of computer networks. System event types based on Endpoint Protection Platform and Asset Management are used to register events according to data from EPP applications. Data regarding EPP applications installed on devices is displayed in the devices table, on network map nodes, and on a widget in the Dashboard section.
An integrated system providing comprehensive Endpoint Protection (such as mobile devices, computers or laptops) by using various security technologies. An example of an Endpoint Protection Platform is the application known as Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business.
Expanded functional capabilities of the application programming interface (API) – when working with events, you can change their statuses, add labels, and send requests to load traffic for events. When working with allow rules, you can send requests to receive a list of rules, and enable, disable, and delete rules. Added capabilities to receive data on the current states and operating modes of technologies. Added capability to receive information about an added license key.
Expanded list of supported types of external projects that can be imported – various types of projects containing configurations of process control settings for devices can be imported into the application.
Extended support for application layer protocols and devices for process control – there are now additional capabilities for analyzing traffic of supported protocols and devices, and new supported protocols and devices have been added.