Threatlocker will prevent any unauthorised software from running on your devices rendering them impervious to ransomware and other malicious software
ThreatLocker enforces application whitelisting, allowing only authorised and trusted applications to run within the environment. This prevents unauthorised software or malware from executing and reduces the attack surface.
It provides device control capabilities to manage and restrict the use of external devices such as USB drives, ensuring that only approved devices are allowed to connect to company systems, further minimizing the risk of data exfiltration or malware introduction.
It leverages threat intelligence and behaviour monitoring to detect and respond to emerging threats. By analysing application behaviour and identifying suspicious patterns, ThreatLocker provides real-time alerts and blocks potential threats before they can cause harm.
ThreatLocker aligns with the zero trust networking approach by implementing strict network access controls and micro-segmentation. It limits lateral movement within the network, allowing only authorised communication paths and preventing unauthorized access or lateral attacks.
It allows organisations to define and enforce application-level controls, specifying which applications are allowed to run and what actions they can perform. This prevents malicious or unauthorised applications from compromising system security.
ThreatLocker includes privileged access management capabilities, ensuring that administrative access is tightly controlled and monitored. It enables organisations to implement just-in-time access, session recording, and other measures to protect against misuse of privileged accounts.