GFI EndPointSecurity will let you control data entry/exit over the portable storage devices of your PC.
With GFI EndPointSecurity you are able to prevent users from stealing confidential company data or introducing malware such as viruses and Trojans to your network. Available in FREEWARE mode and used by thousands of customers, GFI EndPointSecurity allows you to actively manage user access to media players (including iPod and Creative Zen), USB sticks, and other storage devices.
With GFI EndPointSecurity you will regain control of your network by preventing data leakage/theft through comprehensively controlling access to portable storage devices with minimal administrative effort. You will also be preventing the introduction of malware and unauthorized software on your company’s network.
This solution gives administrators greater control by being able to block devices by class, file extensions, physical port or device ID. It also allows administrators to grant temporary device or port access for a stipulated time-frame.
Note: The trial period can be extended to 30 days.
Here are some key features of "GFI EndPointSecurity":
· Centralized monitoring
· Supports BitLockerTo Go
· Encryption for removable devices
· Manage user access and protect your network from portable devices
· Computer auto-discovery and automatic protection
· Get detailed reports on device usage with GFI EndPointSecurity ReportPack add-on
· Database maintenance - rollover functionality
· Product update mechanism
· Log the activity of portable device access to your network
· Easily configure group-based protection control via active directory
· Advanced granular access control via whitelists and blacklists
· Real-time status monitoring and alerts
· Easy unattended agent deployment
· Ability to group computers
· Password protected agents to avoid tampering
· 10 days trial
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Scheduled deployment: When the user effects any policy or configuration changes through the console, it is now possible to close the GFI EndPointSecurity console and allow the agent deployment to take place automatically on a schedule. The deployment is handled by the GFI EndPointSecurity service which will also handle failed deployments through rescheduling.
· Blocking by file type: File security policies can now be defined by file type. For example allow the user to read *.doc files but block access to all *.exe files.
· Blocking at physical port level: Devices can now be blocked by the physical port on which they are connected, for example USB, Firewire, Bluetooth, Infrared, Wi-Fi, PCMCIA, Parallel, Serial, S-ATA, SD.
· Blocking by device serial number: Besides being able to set permission for a whole device class, it is now also possible to set permission for a single device based on the unique device Hardware ID.
· Device whitelist and blacklist: The administrator can define ...