ENDPOINT SECURITY REMEDIATION SUITE
LOCK DOWN YOUR APPLICATIONS
Thycotic Application Control Solution provides administrators with a policy-driven mechanism to manage and secure software privileges and control application rights.
Gives you real-time threat analysis with automated notification to reduce the risk posed by zero-day attacks.
LOCK DOWN YOUR ENDPOINTS
Thycotic Local Security Solution provides centralised configuration and password control of local administrative users, groups, and security settings, enabling you to:
Implement a “least privilege” security strategy on your endpoints.
Reduce the risk of advanced persistent threats (APTs), drive-by download attacks, and zero-day attacks.
Allow business users to be productive while staying secure.
LOCK DOWN YOUR OS CONFIGURATIONS
Thycotic Security Analysis Solution enables you to conduct a standards-based security configuration assessment and take predefined and customisable automated remediation actions that help assure security and demonstrate compliance.
APPLICATION CONTROL SOLUTION
Ensure environments are secure and stable to stop malware and malicious code (Ransomware, malware, keylogging, etc.).
Demonstrate compliance by enforcing industry best practices to meet audit and security policy requirements.
Reduce organisational risk by reducing your Windows endpoint attack surface.
Assure business user productivity by letting users take approved/secure actions and use approved/secure applications.
Minimise help desk calls and reduce your costs for providing assistance.
Detect insider threats and prevent unwanted potential backdoor applications from being installed for e.g. torrents, remote access tools or spyware that antivirus does not detect.
Seamless integration into system management vendors like Microsoft SCCM, Symantec or LANDesk and security information event management vendors like ArcSight and Splunk.
Application Reputation intelligence with integration into VirusTotal and Kaspersky white-list program.
PRIVILEGE MANAGER FOR UNIX
Enables Secret Server administrators to build a Unix command white-list to limit what users can do with privileged accounts.
Increases security with granular control of root credentials to limit privileges, while meeting compliance regulations and policies for Unix Superuser Privilege Management (SUPM).
Report on what commands users can run to prove audit or compliance mandates.