Application Control, Least Privileges and SandBoxing

Powerful Risk-Based Policies Enforce Least privilege and Application Control Decisions

Application Whitelisting is essential to preventing advanced malware attacks such as ransomware. Trust-based application whitelisting ensures that users retain the flexibility they need to be productive while being secure. Easily block unauthorized applications, handle diverse user needs flexibly, and defend against zero day and targeted attacks.

With advanced capabilities and trust-based roles that are simple to configure, you gain a more pragmatic approach to whitelisting so that users retain the flexibility they need to be productive that scales to even the largest enterprises.

Simple to Use and Manage

Clear, Customizable Messaging

Clear, Customizable Messaging

Simple to use and manage

 Intelligent rules, simple groups, pre-built templates, and easy whitelisting 

Clear, Customizable Messaging

Clear, Customizable Messaging

Clear, Customizable Messaging

Customizable Messaging

 Embrace exceptions by setting branded messages to support access to previously unsanctioned software 

Support Multiple Applications

Clear, Customizable Messaging

Support Multiple Applications

Support Multiple Applications

 With support for a broad set of application types, there’s flexibility to cater to the needs of all users and tasks 

Overcome Migration Challenge

App Vulnerability Management

Support Multiple Applications

Overcome Migration Challenges

 Comprehensive monitoring and reporting capabilities identify all applications in use across your endpoints, allowing you to build custom workstyles 

Powerful Content Control

App Vulnerability Management

App Vulnerability Management

Content Control

 By extending the principles of application control to files on disk, you gain precise control over configurations, directories and documents accessible to users 

App Vulnerability Management

App Vulnerability Management

App Vulnerability Management

Application Vulnerability Management

 Check the vulnerability status of an application targeted for elevation at run-time, ensuring better risk insights 

Helping Organisations To Achieve Compliance Mandate

ASD Compliance

Meet Public Service Network (PSN) Standards

  • Least User Privileges to perform their role
  • Removing Administrative Privileges and the use of Application Whitelisting

Essential Blocking not only executables, but also VBscripts, Batch files, PowerShell commands, registry files and Active X Controls.

Meet Australian Signal Directorate (ASD) Top 4 Strategies Compliance

  • Use Application Whitelisting to help prevent malicious software and other unapproved programs from running.
  • Patch Applications such as PDF readers, Microsoft Office, Java, Flash Player and Web Browsers.
  • Patch Operating System Vulnerabilities.
  • Remove or Minimize the number of Users with Administrative Privileges

Meet US Government Configuration Baseline (USGCB) compliance

Explicitly demand the use of: 

  • Least Privilege, 
  • Application Controls or Anti-Malware/Sandboxing Security on all PCs.

Helping companies to comply with GDPR

  • Provides Privilege Management,
  • Application Control and 
  • Sandboxing Solutions 

In compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation.

Meet PCI- DSS Compliance

  • Improve Security to Protect Sensitive Information from Unauthorized Access, 
  • Uphold Data Integrity and 
  • Prevent Data Leakage

Meet SOX and HIPPA Compliance

  • Provides Identity Management, 
  • User Account Management,
  • Protection of Security Technology and 
  • Malicious Software Prevention Detection and Correction in place.

Together with Least Privileges, Application Control and Sandboxing can be used to achieve compliance control to completely remove users to have administrative access to the PCs. 

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Data Phase Pty Ltd

Level 35 Tower One Barangaroo. 100 Barangaroo Avenue. Sydney NSW 2000 Australa

+61 2 8971 9633