How to Deploy Application Whitelisting in Three Minutes
The purpose of application whitelisting is to allow only approved applications and application components (libraries, configuration files, etc.) to run, according to a well-defined policy set, while stopping all other applications from running by default. When implemented, application whitelisting is an effective security technique that helps stop the execution of malicious malware and other unauthorized software.
Whitelisting is so effective, it was listed as one of the major logical protections in the I.T. modernization act, that was signed into law in 2017.
The process of implementing and managing whitelisting has traditionally been a complex, time consuming and a burden on business and government.
With ThreatLocker Application Whitelisting is Easy!
ThreatLocker Application Control
ThreatLocker® puts your business ahead in the fight against malware and exploits by combining Application Whitelisting and RingFencing together into our Application Control. The solution is fast to deploy and has a low total cost of ownership solution.
AntiVirus Falls Short in detecting malware
ThreatLocker® stops viruses and malware without the need for signatures. Our unbreakable "default deny" approach blocks zero-day threats, unknown threats, and known threats.
Unauthorized software = increased risk
Unauthorized software could be silently copying your customer data without you even knowing it. With ThreatLocker®, you choose exactly what software is running in your business.
Visibility is needed of what's running.
If you don't know what software is running in your business. You may be unaware of illegal or dangerous applications. Know what's happening with ThreatLocker® today.
ThreatLocker® provides an application control solution that allows you to choose what executables and libraries are running. Unlike antivirus software which only blocks known threats, ThreatLocker® changes the paradigm to only allowing authorized applications, while giving you a complete insight of everything that runs.
built-in application DEFINITIONS
Single Click Install
Group Policy Deployment
Automatically Profile Apps
Instant Visibility of What's Running
ThreatLocker® maintains a database of applications that is automatically updated
Application Updates can update apps
Less than 30 Second Process
ThreatLocker® has a real-time audit of everything that is running in your business or school. Information such as the filename, hash, and digital signatures are cross-referenced against millions of definitions in the ThreatLocker® Cloud to provide accurate application information.
Security Operation Centers (SOCs), CISOs and IT managers can review our simple audit and reporting interface to know what is running in your business or school.
Anti-malware solutions work by blocking known threats from executing on your PC. While this is effective at preventing known viruses, it is not capable at protecting you from new or unknown viruses. Nowadays, everybody has antivirus running on their networks, yet millions of businesses each year are crippled by the latest trends in malware. ThreatLocker® customers benefit from a much more logical solution. Instead of trying to identify the most recent viruses, ThreatLocker's solution only permits the software you want. Everything else is blocked, and you can rest assured that your business is secure.
Permit Only Good Software
See a complete overview of everything that is running on your business or school's computers. When you use ThreatLocker®, you can see every application that is running on your network. This means that you know what programs have access and could be stealing your data, together which users are running those programs.
See Who is Running What
Firewalls have been around for a long time, and are extremely effective at blocking unwanted traffic from entering your network. So effective hackers have turned to third generation methods to penetrate your business. The reason for the effectiveness is policy driven access with a default deny rule for anything that is not explicitly permitted. If you are using ThreatLocker®, you can apply from firewall like policies to the software that is running on your network.
Firewall Like Policies
Not all computers are equal. You might not want an internet browser running on your database server or an FTP client running on your file server. ThreatLocker® understands this, and we make it possible for you to set policies for groups using GPOs and an MSI.
Per Computer Policies
Administrators can centrally manage approval requests in one place. The ThreatLocker® approval center is a simple portal where your administrators can review user requests to access applications and easily approve or deny them. If you need more flexibility, you can create custom policies or put the computer into install mode right from the approval center.
Central Approval Center
Approval in a Single-click
Approval can be requested and approved in a single click from the ThreatLocker® Cloud Portal or directly from the PC the instant the file is blocked.