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Reducing Attack Surface Control with Endpoint Control

Reducing Attack Surface with Endpoint Control Last year: A 91% Device Control External devices of businesses experienced at least one IT Security event Restrict usage of external devices • Infected and/or contain malicious software Make exceptions for authorized devices • Used for unauthorized 61% distribution of confidential data Restrict running apps from removable media of the attacks occurred due to malware infection 48% of companies noticed an increase in the number of cyberattacks 4 4 44% Endpoint Control Application Control of attacks due to vulnerable software 31% Restrict usage of suspicious applications automatically بليد Set up a black list of restricted apps Web threats Web Control lost business data Maintain categories of software • Infected web pages • Phishing websites • Restricted activity Protect users from malicious web pages Restrict websites that affect productivity Set up a time frame for leisure apps during non-working hours Unauthorized applications • Malicious software • Restricted legitimate applications KASPERSKY3 © 1997 - 2011 Kaspersky Lab ZAO All Rights Reserved

Reducing Attack Surface Control with Endpoint Control

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Last year, 91% of businesses experienced at least one security threat. Find out how to reduce attack surface with Endpoint control from Kaspersky.


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