Monitor & block USB devices to protect sensitive data against theft. Includes device control features for removable media, WiFi, Bluetooth & more.
AccessPatrol provides a proactive solution for securing company endpoints against data breaches caused by illicit data transfers,
Use AccessPatrol to block flash drives, cell phones, tablets, Bluetooth, and more. File operations alerts and permissions can be configured to alert IT administrators to suspicious file operations and proactively prevent data transfers to unauthorized users.
* Allowed list: whitelist authorized USB devices
* Device reports: Audit USB device usage and file operations
* Access Code Generator: Provide a time-limited temporary override of device restrictions
* Email Alerts automatically send alerts to a designated inbox when predefined actions take place
* Block File Transfers based on filename or file type
* Offsite Management: Various deployment options for managing remote workers
Block USB Devices
Whitelisting and Blacklisting
Restrict File Transfers to Removable Media
Configurable Device Permissions - Full Access, Read Only, No Access
USB Activity Alerts
Reports - Devices Accessed & Devices Blocked
File Monitoring - USB File Transfer Logs
AccessPatrol can manage Organizational Units from Active Directory as well as groupings by user, department, or device.
Dedicated users can be added as trusted Operators. Each operator can be assigned their own permissions for how they are allowed to use AccessPatrol (generating reports, restricting devices, etc)
Along with all of the products within the CurrentWare product suite, AccessPatrol integrates with the CurrentWare Console.
The CurrentWare Console manages:
AccessPatrol's endpoint security features are combined with BrowseControl's internet and application blocking and BrowseReporter's user activity monitoring to keep data secure.
Organizations with data security and data privacy compliance requirements such as HIPAA, SOX, or PIPEDA.
AccessPatrol is a technical safeguard to mitigate the potential for personally identifiable information (PII) and personal health information (PHI) from being leaked through illicit data transfers or mishandling of data.
Data loss prevention (DLP). Preventing the use of unauthorized USB devices and monitoring how employees use authorized devices.
All components of CurrentWare are supported on desktop computers and server computers with the following specifications.