Application Privilege Management, Security and Deployment
We help you protect your business from the most vulnerable element: “The human behaviour”
Simarks BestSafe offers a very effective solution for privilege management that allows organizations to reduce drastically the risk of security breaches on Windows systems without impacting productivity. At the same time, it guarantees meeting company’s compliance guidelines.
The BestSafe administration tool is a rule-based tool that does not need a great dedication by the IT staff. With a simple and unique rule you can, for example, avoid the execution of “ransomware” on any computer on your network close to 100% of reliability.
Simarks Deployment Manager (SDM) provides a solution for application management and deployment with a completely different and innovative approach. Based on privilege management at a process level, SDM allows you to build your own “Corporate Application Catalog” where is the end user who installs the applications without granting him administrator permissions.
This approach allows complete implementation of the principle of least privilege without impacting productivity.
Comprehensive safety management of Microsoft Windows-based
computers without affecting productivity
Based on rules, BestSafe allows you to grant privileges to processes and applications as well as to users and computers.
Besides supporting traditional privilege management at a user level, BestSafe has the capability to build the security context under which an application must be executed, no matter the permissions that the account that launches the application has.
Apply rules at application level for:
Avoid untrusted software to be executed.
Assign restricted permissions.
Assign administrator permissions.
Assign local groups.
Assign Windows privileges.
Daily change of any local administrator password on every computer in the domain. Different for each computer.
Password management tool has the capability to obtain the password without connecting to the network.
Preventing Cybersecurity Attacks
Ability to deny access to both network and local folders that are been defined as protected. That way, any type of ransomware will not have access to the files on the network nor to protected folders.
Ability to control cryptographic operations that are going to be performed and request authorization before executing.