How are ThreatLocker® products different?
- Application whitelisting that gives you complete control over what software is running and blocks everything else, including ransomware, viruses, and other malicious software
- Ringfence applications for post-execution protection, stopping attackers from using trusted software (living off the land)
- Full visibility of every program, library, or script that is running on your endpoints or servers
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- Control which hard drives can connect to your endpoints regardless of type, connection method, or location
- Audit all file access, including reads, writes, moves, and deletes from local drives, external storage, and network shares
- Control application access to your files, preventing misuse of data and ransomware from encrypting your network shares
- Put restrictions on individual file types, e.g., permit only jpeg files to be copied from a camera device
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It's time to add Application Whitelisting and Ringfencing™ to your endpoint security stack
ThreatLocker® combines Application Whitelisting with Ringfencing™ and Storage Control in ways that make security simple.
Even though antivirus software is a multi-billion dollar industry, cybercriminals continue to develop sophisticated attacks that can get around the most expensive defenses. Why? Antivirus software relies on definitions, heuristics, and behavior analytics to determine if a file is malicious, and even so-called artificial intelligence is still using patterns based on previous threats.
This makes it easy for the newest threats to penetrate your business and wreak havoc. Application Whitelisting does it the other way around, allowing only trusted software to run on endpoints and servers and blocking everything else.
Application Whitelisting is the gold standard when it comes to blocking ransomware, viruses, and other software-based threats. ThreatLocker® is a low management, fast to deploy Application Whitelisting and Ringfencing solution that puts your business in control over what software is running on your endpoints and servers.