August 6th, 2013
Privilege Guard v3.8 introduces Drive Rule
The Drive Rule is a new validation rule that lets you match applications being executed from particular types of drive. Not too dissimilar in concept to the file path rule (where applications are matched based on their directory location), the drive rule lets you target the drive itself.
- December 4th, 2015
Here at Avecto we believe that security products should be secure by design, meaning that they are designed from the ground up to be secure. A key principle is that you should be able to share details of the design without compromising its security, as opposed to security by obscurity, where you are reliant on keeping the solution secret to prevent a compromise.
- May 1st, 2015
Last week I was talking to a customer about whitelisting policies. Having rolled out least privilege, application control and sandboxing to their estate they had gone from hundreds of security incidents per week to virtually none. This has caused the security team to become more proactive by shifting from constant firefighting and reacting to incidents to thinking strategically and planning ahead.
- October 29th, 2014
Last year, 73% of the UK population accessed the internet every day, according to figures from the ONS, and in our workplaces, more and more time is spent online.
Today’s workers expect full access to online content in order to do their jobs effectively. With the rising influence of millennial employees, an increasing number expect to be able to access social media and other personal content at all times too.