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What is Zero Trust?

Zero Trust is a security model that operates under the premise of "never trust, always verify". This model assumes that everything inside and outside of an organisation's network is potentially a threat, and thus requires strict access controls and constant authentication. By adopting a Zero Trust approach, organisations can better protect their data, applications, and systems from internal and external threats.

Threatlocker Platform

Threatlocker is the Zero Trust security solution that offers a unified approach to protecting users, devices, and networks against the exploitation of zero-day vulnerabilities. It is installed on each device in your organisation like any other anti-virus software and provides extra security features that are not supported with other anti-virus software.

View the advanced security features of Threatlocker below.


Controlling the software that is run on computers in your organisation should be a priority when it comes to defending against attacks. Ringfencing adds a security control layer that prevents applications from interacting with other applications, controlling what data it has access to on your computer, and controlling what network files it has access to.

  • Prevent file-less malware and minimize damage from application exploits

  • Establish clear guidelines for how applications integrate with each other

  • Enforce strict controls to prevent applications from interacting with unauthorized resources such as network resources, registry keys, and files

  • Restrict built-in tools, like PowerShell, Command Prompt, and RunDLL, from accessing sensitive data and resources

  • Block built-in tools from accessing file shares to minimize the risk of unauthorized access

Total Endpoint Control

Allow listing is an important security layer and has been used for a long time in preventing known malicious executables from running. Allow listing will let you control what software, scripts, executables, and libraries run on your endpoints and servers. This helps lock down your network by minimizing the possibility of running malicious applications.

  • Granular application policies: Set detailed policies to permit, deny, or restrict application access.

  • Time-based controls: Limit access to applications for a specified duration, and block them automatically once the policy expires.

  • Auto-updating allow list: ThreatLocker updates the allow list with new hashes for updated applications and systems, ensuring that your security measures are up to date.

Storage Control

Storage Control allows you to manage your data in a way that suits your organisation. You can control the flow and access of data and decide what users, endpoints or applications can access or copy data. Blocking USB drives and locking down your file servers is essential but unlike other solutions Our platform allows you to approve these requests from users quickly.

  • Comprehensive file access audit: Perform a thorough audit of the file access on USB drives, network shares, and local hard drives.

  • External storage controls: Restrict or deny access to external storage devices like USB drives, network shares, and other devices.

  • Granular access controls: Approve access for a limited time or permanently, and restrict access to specific file types, such as jpeg files from a camera.

  • Application-based controls: Limit access to devices or file shares based on the application.

  • Encryption enforcement and auditing: Enforce or audit the encryption status of USB drives and other external storage devices.

Elevation Control

Having admin access control should not be used by anyone in your company. This can often be unavoided when specific programs require a user to have local admin. This is where our platform allows you to remove admin access from users but also approve the use of administrator access for individual applications that require it.

  • Comprehensive visibility of administrative rights: Ability to approve or deny access to specific applications for users who are not local administrators.

  • Streamlined permission requests: Users can request elevation of applications and add notes to support their requests.

  • Varied levels of elevation: Set durations for how long users are allowed access to specific applications by granting temporary or permanent access.

  • Secure application integration: Combined with ThreatLocker Ringfencing™ to ensure elevated applications cannot be used to infiltrate connected applications within the network.

Network Access Control

Total control over inbound traffic is essential to protecting devices. Using custom-built policies, you can allow access based on an IP address or specific keywords. Unlike VPNs that connect through a central point, the NAC is a simple connection between server and client. Thus, eliminating the need for a solution such as VPN.

  • Configurable: NAC allows for the configuration of network access to endpoints through global and granular policies.

  • Cloud-Based: NAC is a cloud-managed solution that provides a centralized view of endpoint policies for customers.

  • Dynamic: NAC can deny all traffic to published servers while allowing a single IP address or keyword dynamically, making it useful for frequent travellers.

Get in touch with us

Are you ready to add an extra layer of security to your company. Send us an email for a call back and we would be happy to show you a demo and provide more insight in to the platform.

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Are you ready to add an extra layer of security to your company. Send us an email for a call back and we would be happy to show you a demo and provide more insight in to the platform.

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