Standard Computer now with the power of ThreatLocker

As part of an ongoing effort to ensure all systems are secure, we are now adding a zero-trust approach to your
security stack. As attackers become more sophisticated, so do the complexities in stopping software-based
threats.
The techniques and solutions we are implementing are regularly adopted by large governments and other
enterprise organizations. As your managed service provider, we understand the use of a higher grade of security is
fundamental in protecting you from the latest threats.

What is Zero-Trust?

Zero-Trust is a security framework which
states that organizations should not trust any
entity inside or outside of their perimeter
at any time. It is necessary in today’s
environment to provide the visibility and
IT controls needed to secure, manage and
monitor every device, user, app and network
being used to access business data

Standard Computer Threat Management.

  • Layered Security
  •  Ransomware Prevention
  •  Compliance
  •  Internal Disputes
  •  Storage Control
  •  Data Privacy

As of today, ThreatLocker will be running on your
PCs, and blocking any unapproved software,
including ransomware, viruses, and other
malicious software.

Should you run any applications that are
not approved, you will receive a notification
prompting you to request permission or ignore
if it’s not needed for your day-to-day business
functions.

Selecting the “Request Permission” button will
notify us. We will review the request and ensure
the application is not malicious in nature and
approve if appropriate.

As such, it is vital to let us know in advance if you
need any new software installed by entering a
ticket with the service desk.
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Standard Computer Threat Management

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