Privilege Manager for Windows
Protect your endpoints by controlling applications and enforcing least privilege policies
Why Security Professionals and IT Admins Love Privilege Manager for Windows
Proactive endpoint protection against ransomware and evolving advanced threats
Easiest solution for application control and privilege management
Enforces least privilege policy without impacting productivity
Saves time and reduces help desk calls
Try Privileged Manager for Windows for 30 days
WHY ITS CRITICAL
Endpoints must be locked down and application access controlled and secured with least privilege policies that do not impact the productivity of employees.
HOW WE SOLVE IT
Privilege Manager for Windows
offers a comprehensive application control solution allowing for implementations like Deny-First Whitelisting, Application Isolation, and Least Privilege Policy, to deliver the security, usability, and manageability you need.
A simple 3-step process to achieve control
1. Identify the WINDOWS Application
Once an application starts on a Windows client or server, Privilege Manager for Windows identifies the application. Windows applications are identified by the application name, hash, and digital signature of the file.
2. Evaluate Against Security Policies
Out-of-the-box and customizable policies are searched to determine if there is a match to the application itself, and to also review the context that the application is running in – such as who’s running it, where they are running it, and on what endpoint type.
3. Apply applicable policy Actions
Privilege Manager for Windows can perform a multitude of actions, such as running the application with elevated privilege, isolating it in a sandbox, denying the application access, and asking the user to enter a reason for access.
Privilege Manager for Windows protects your vulnerable endpoints with effective yet flexible application access control
Controls what apps can be installed, which can run with elevated access, and who gets appropriate privileges, for strong endpoint protection.
The simplest to use, easiest to manage and most flexible application control software.
Provides rapid application discovery and policy templates that speed time to value and make privilege management a breeze.
You can assure least privilege access across applications without interfering with IT admin or employee productivity.
Built in reports, such as applied policies or access approvals, help you meet compliance requirements for PCI, NIST, NERC CIP, SOX and more.
Combining Thycotic’s endpoint security software with our leading privileged account password software, you get complete multi-layered protection of your privileged credentials and endpoints.
SEE WHY Security Professionals and IT Admins
Love Privilege Manager for Windows
“I’ve now got an application control solution in Privilege Manager for Windows that enables me to lock down my endpoints from hackers and malicious insiders. I can rest a lot easier knowing I’ve got my endpoints secure and also drastically reduce the demands on my IT admins’ time responding to help desk calls.”
– IT Director of Security and Operations
SEE FOR YOURSELF:
Watch the Video
How Privilege Manager for Windows works to lock down access to privilege and protect your network from malicious applications through deny-first whitelisting, blacklisting, and flexible greylisting.
Endpoint Application Discovery – Your first step to building a solid endpoint security strategy
Join Thycotic Product Manager Joseph Carson as he explains how you can use our new Free Endpoint Application Discovery & Risk Assessment Tool to find all your applications installed on your endpoints and then protect them with Privilege Manager for Windows.
Learn how you can use Privilege Manager for Windows to blacklist, whitelist and graylist to build an endpoint protection strategy that helps ensure the application control you need to defend against ransomware and other advanced threat attacks.
Every registrant will be able to download the Free Endpoint Application Discovery & Risk Assessment Tool to get started.