KDDI Cloud Inventory
A unified cloud management service for device security
KDDI Cloud Inventory provides centralized endpoint security, such as IT asset management and detection of security policy-violating clients.
An optimal solution for those troubled by these issues
Unifies your device
Usable from anywhere
Manage from anywhere in the world where you have an Internet connection
Manage multiple device types, including Windows devices, Mac devices, and mobile devices
Automated security management
Automatic detection and display of devices with security vulnerabilities
3 languages supported
A Web console available in Chinese, English and Japanese
Purchase with a single Japan contract, or purchase through local contracts in other countries’ currencies
Wide variety of security controls
External device restrictions, unauthorized device detection and blocking, behavioral detection and other security features
FunctionalityA wide variety of security-related functions
In addition to security management, KDDI Cloud Inventory provides HDD encryption, external device (USB memory, etc.) restrictions, PC operational log acquisition, behavioral detection (malware detection), and more.
EfficiencyMake large reductions in your workload
Automation of security management (automatic vulnerability diagnoses) and asset management frees up your busy system administrators and makes usage easy.
Automatic vulnerability diagnoses
Provides a list of PCs lacking the latest OS and software*2 updates. By automatically located at-risk PCs, your management workload is greatly reduced.
Once a day, information is collected from your managed devices, allowing you to manage your assets with accurate information, without the work of collecting it yourself.
- *2Software such as Java, Flash, Adobe Reader/Flash Player, Internet browsers, etc.
FlexibilityCloud-based system means you can start small
All you need is an Internet connection. Easily scale as needed, from managing a few dozen devices to tens of thousands.
30 day free trial service
Take this opportunity to check your security level with a free trial, and experience security management using KDDI Cloud Inventory.
Shadow IT at overseas/small-scale sites threatens corporate security!
This article will cover examples and countermeasures for “shadow IT”.
A high-urgency vulnerability announced in Windows 7 / XP ! Protect yourself by first understanding your current status.
The first step to defense is knowing what your security situation is.
|IT Asset Management|
|HW/SW listing & Exporting||License Management
|Listing HW/SW inventory. The data can be exported by CSV.||Reporting MS-Office /Adobe apps Utilization.||Inventorying Standalone PCs.||A portal site with a list of apps which users can download.|
INSTL Statuses Report
|Banned Apps Detect
& Launch Control
|Diagnosing security vulnerability of client devices and indicating security in one of the 5 security levels.||Reporting antivirus SW installation status.||Applying the policy to enforce updating Wins OS, Adobe Reader and so forth on client devices.||Detecting banned Apps and controlling launching them.|
|ISM Client Program
|Detecting the CNFIG
|Controlling access connections to Wi-Fi and VPN networks.||Restricting access the data on SD card/Bluetooth.||Restarting the ISM client program automatically whenever it is stopped.||Detecting the CNFIG profile is deleted.|
|Locating the client devices||Remote Lock/Wipe||Rooted/Jail broken
|Restricting the usage of specified apps when a device is lost or stolen.||Locating the lost device on Google Maps/BingMaps, helped by GPS.||Remote Locking or wiping out the lost/stolen devices or a failure in compliance.||Finding rooted /jail broken devices and notifying the ADMIN by mail.|
|Defender Control||Communication device restrictions||External Media Control*1|
|Assigning or switching to the pre-defined stringent policy on a failure in compliance.||Allows you to control Windows Defender settings and see the existing settings and malware detected for each managed device.||1. Restrict communication with Bluetooth devices
2. Restrict communication by specifying IP addresses
3. Restrict access point connectivity with SSID specifications
|Placing restrictions on external media such as USB memory devices.|
|Collecting User Operation Logs*1||HDD Encryption*1||Behavioral detection*1||Log analytics*1|
|Collecting user operation logs from PCs via the Internet to reveal policy-violating activities on those PCs.||Encrypting an entire hard drive, not only the OS, which provides stronger security and protects managed devices from data theft.||Unknown threats are detected,stopped and removed using engines that predict malware behavior.||Collect PC operation logs that show who did what and when. Check PC operational status, or take advantage of various features including logs of when webconferences were held. Long-term storage (up to 7 years' worth of logs) lets you quickly investigate even past incidents.|
|Quick Remote Control
|Allows operation of (remote control) and file transfer to client devices via the Internet.||Distributing software, folders and files via the premise network.||Distributing and uninstalling apps on client devices.||Enables administrators to perform high-speed, stress-free remote control of PCs at regional offices or of those working from home.|
|Each month, inventory data for the start of that month is provided in a report file (Excel format)|
- * Depending on the node to be used, the functionality that can be provided and the price of service vary. Please contact us for details.