Seven Best Practices for Workstation Protection

Seven Best Practices for Workstation Protection

Whether employees work from home or on the road, protecting their workstations beyond the corporate network is necessary. Workstations have become the new edge, and Windows, macOS and Linux devices present a common entry point for threat actors.

This eBook offers best practices for defending against breaches without hampering end user productivity or creating operational bottlenecks using an endpoint privilege manager. Among some of the workstation security best practices readers will learn about:

  • Removing local admin rights
  • Enforcing least privilege
  • Implementing application control policies

Find out how to boost your organization’s security posture and adopt these seven best practices to secure your workstations.

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