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New DriveLock 2020.1 release includes multiple enhancements

By DriveLock on Jul 1, 2020 8:22:37 AM

Updates in vulnerability scanner, self-service portal for users, pre-boot authentication and much more


Munich, Germany. 01.07.2020 – DriveLock today unveiled its new Release 2020.1 that offers a wide range of enhancements and extensions. The new features include the DriveLock vulnerability scanner; network-enabled DriveLock pre-boot authentication with direct login via Active Directory; the self-service portal for users, such as for password resets; and the full management of Microsoft Defender Antivirus within DriveLock. Additional protection functions and automatic configuration options increase IT security while reducing the administrative workload, as the system automatically learns application behaviour. Further enhancements include significantly better usability with new views, reports and management functions in the DriveLock Operations Center.

“It was important to us to make the everyday use of DriveLock even simpler and more intuitive to help users complete their tasks quickly and easily,” says Anton Kreuzer, CEO of DriveLock. “That’s why we’ve implemented multiple customer requests in Release 2020.1 and implemented detailed enhancements that further boost IT security and the usability of the DriveLock Zero Trust Platform.”

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Working from Home - 13 Tips for Increased IT Security

By DriveLock on Apr 2, 2020 2:47:13 PM

From one of our previous post, "Coronavirus calls hackers to the scene", we are already informed about basic precautions and protection measures we must take when working from the home office.

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DriveLock - perfectly positioned for RSA 2020

By DriveLock on Mar 17, 2020 8:43:10 AM

With over 36,000 attendees, 700 speakers, and 650 exhibitors, the RSA conference in San Francisco was a successful and rewarding event. The conference was attended by both boutique and well-known IT security firms from around the world.

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The Coronavirus gives hackers more freedom to infiltrate your network

By DriveLock on Mar 11, 2020 9:20:10 AM

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What you need to consider when it comes to IT security to keep your systems virus-free.

In recent weeks, the coronavirus has become the main topic for the global population, health authorities, politicians and organisations. For hackers, the panic and hysteria caused by the situation provide a perfect opportunity to successfully distribute malware. Therefore, the virus topic meets all the requirements for a successful cyberattack. 

People require up-to-date information regarding the virus. TV, radio, online guides and news, newsletters or emails are all sources of information that are accessed by the public. 

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