No matter how good your firewall, antivirus software, or other cybersecurity protections are, people make mistakes. Here’s the problem: your employees are already inside your firewall, which means when they click on things they shouldn’t, your traditional protections may not detect the threat.
ThreatLocker protects against human error and stops threats your other protections miss by preventing users from running any unauthorized programs on your computers.
ThreatLocker is a zero-trust security tool that puts your business in control of what is running on your computers, rather than leaving that control in the hands of your employees–or worse–hackers! Here’s how it works:
Step 1: Learning Stage – ThreatLocker does a complete audit of your network to learn what files and programs you use regularly. From there, we build security policies that make sense for your business.
Step 2: Turn on Protections – Your computers are secured, and ThreatLocker will block any unauthorized program from running. You will get an alert if ThreatLocker detects any programs trying to run that aren’t allowed.
Step 3: Request Access – If ThreatLocker blocks a legitimate program, you can request access. We can review the request to ensure the program is safe and grant access immediately.
ThreatLocker is a zero-trust security tool that prevents unauthorized programs from running on your computers.
I already have antivirus software. Why do I need this?
Even the best antivirus software only stops viruses IF it correctly identifies them as a threat. Zero-trust software like ThreatLocker takes the opposite approach by only allowing a specific list of trusted software to run.
Why do I need to protect against human error?
Nearly 9 out of 10 data breaches are caused by human error. The greatest threat to your network isn’t hackers, viruses, or malware. It’s your employees–often unknowingly–clicking on things they shouldn’t.
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