Monthly Archives: September 2011
- September 26th, 2011
Desktop security may seem to have little to do with an organization’s profit and loss, share prices and overall bottom line, but going beyond antivirus protection can have a significant impact on productivity, total cost of ownership and IT support costs. In an era where companies are under pressure to reduce overheads and find new sources of revenue, operating an efficient IT infrastructure has never been so important. Whether that involves virtualization or getting more from your existing hardware, desktop security plays a vital role in ensuring systems run securely with maximum performance and uptime.
- September 21st, 2011
The consumerisation of IT has become a fashionable catch phrase over the past few years as some companies choose to give employees the option to decide what hardware and software they use at work. Schemes have been set up, such as Bring Your Own PC (BYOPC), where virtualization technologies are deployed that allow users to run a managed corporate desktop from their own device with the aim of reducing costs.
- September 20th, 2011
Privilege Guard 2.8 (Edit: now Defendpoint) introduces the ability to digitally sign policies using a certificate from a PFX file. This ensures that the policies deployed to a client have been published by a trusted source and are genuine. A unique Object Identifier (OID) is used to verify that policies have been signed with an authorized certificate.
- September 19th, 2011
In version 2.8 of Privilege Guard (Edit: now Defendpoint) we have revamped the application group management to include:
- September 16th, 2011
Privilege Guard 2.8 (Edit: now Defendpoint) is the first privilege management solution to introduce an intelligent anti-tamper mechanism that can protect the Privilege Guard software and configuration settings against modification from elevated processes, while still allowing the solution to be administered by true system administrators.