PolicyPak Security & Technical Whitepaper Series
This whitepaper series will show you how PolicyPak can maximize your control over your system.
How to be a Better Security Admin with PolicyPak
Everyone likes and appreciates superheroes. They are the protectors of the world. Being a security admin for your enterprise is kind of like being a superhero. Your mission is to protect the assets within your enterprise from ominous threat actors (otherwise known as the “bad guys”). This is especially important on the front lines where you protect users and their devices from malicious attacks to their on-prem and remote work setups.
So how do you become a better security admin and protect all of your enterprise’s Windows 10 devices no matter where they are?
PolicyPak gives you an arsenal of Windows 10-specifc security tools that you can access from a single interface.
Here’s a list of just some of security initiatives you can implement using PolicyPak.
- Remove local admin rights (but still ensure standard users have ability to perform the jobs they need to do)
- Block malware and unwanted applications
- Curate your UWP applications
- Remove old, insecure legacy protocols
- Implement Java-applet whitelisting
- Enforce modern and secure browsers for all of your users
- Ensure compliance of your defined policies
With the PolicyPak suite of solutions tools, you can configure, assign, and deploy policies to enforce all of these initiatives. Think of it as your super admin utility belt.
Most other security tools have a limited scope: one security tool only applies to domain-joined machines, another for MDM-enrolled machines, and those remote machines that aren’t a part of anything, well they get left to fend for themselves. That isn’t the way it is with PolicyPak. All of our solutions apply to all Windows devices regardless of their “joined status” using our Group Policy, MDM, or PolicyPak Cloud editions. Your level of security should not be dependent upon how a computer is managed or where it resides.
Read this whitepaper now to learn about each of the tools available in the PolicyPak security arsenal.