Application Ringfencing™

by | Sep 12, 2022 | Blog, Cyber Security

The Challenge: 

In Remote working: The importance of cybersecurity we discussed that your company’s devices including tablets, smartphones and personal laptops were now being used as convenient working devices. 61% of organisations have not yet established a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) security policy.

When applications run on your network? Can you trust what they are running?

Cyber Criminals can use Fileless Malware to infiltrate built-in operating system tools (such as PowerShell), all without knowledge of your end users. This enables them to run their malicious scripts without having to run separate software, such as stealing your company’s key data or causing damage or disruption to your systems.

The Solution:

Contain and isolate your applications. Control how each application integrates with every file, piece of software, registry and network resource.

You can use Ringfencing™, offered exclusively by our partner ThreatLocker, to supervise how your whitelisted applications run on your network. Once you have allowed these applications to operate on your network, you can prevent malicious scripts or codes from running on your devices.

Ringfencing™ stops applications interacting with each other preventing fileless malware being installed and your data being stolen.

The Outcome:

When Cyber Criminals infiltrate your applications, trying to run malicious scripts, Ringfencing™ stops them in their tracks, allowing you to trust your applications will run as intended.

 

Call Chalkline today on 020 3819 3300 or review our IT Security Packages for SMBs page and book a meeting with us, we can help with all elements of cyber hygiene and answer any questions you might have.

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