DID YOU KNOW…
“Users should never log in as administrator
and never have administrator rights for their systems.”
– Dr Eric Cole, SANS Institute
Thycotic Local Security Solution for Windows
helps secure and lock down endpoints by controlling membership
of local groups with admin privileges, and any local group that
can provide admin privileges.
Dramatically reduce your risk
for spyware, viruses & zero-day attacks
Thycotic Local Security Solution for Windows gives you the ability to:
Discover Local User/Accounts
Quickly identify local user accounts and which of those accounts have admin rights on each endpoint. Eliminate unknown groups with admin privileges to help protect and lock down your endpoints.
Enforce Group Membership Policies
Set policies to define what users belong in specific security groups and enforce least privilege best practice that says all users should be STANDARD USERS – a specific security context in Windows.
- Assure only specific users are members of certain security groups (such as the Administrators group).
- Help ensure any user account not in a group that grants Administrative rights is defined as a STANDARD USER – and these users do not get administrative rights on the endpoint.
Ensure limited privileges on users/accounts
Create, maintain and manage user accounts on any endpoint, and determine which privileges are typically needed for each specific group.
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Lock down endpoints with
Local Security Solution to gain
these key advantages
Gain better visibility and control over local accounts by finding local users with admin rights and limiting or eliminating privileges.
Secure and manage group membership more efficiently and effectively to identify groups and set policies that define who has admin rights within those groups.
Harden and protect local service accounts against malware threats.
Deliver offline updates to enforce privileges and policies on systems that periodically connect to the network including remote user endpoints.
Prevent local accounts/users from making configuration changes or interfering with system security.
Manage local user groups to ensure that unauthorized users are not maliciously or mistakenly added to administrative group accounts.
Generate compliance reports that highlight local account anomalies in your environment and detail all account-related differences between a known secure baseline system and a corresponding collection of systems.
Contributes to PCI Compliance.