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Gain full control of USB devices and peripheral ports

The centrally-managed Device Control module allows full control of the USB ports and connected storage devices.

This way, it prevents accidental or intentional data loss and data leaks,

while also protecting the endpoints against the spread of USB malware, BadUSB attacks or viruses.


How it works

Device Control module is the first layer of security provided by Endpoint Protector.


By defining granular access rights for USB and peripheral ports, device security is enforced while productivity is maintained.


As a cross-platform solution, it protects the entire network, regardless of if the computers are running on Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.


Key Features


Set granular policies and monitor all USB ports and devices on all endpoints


Block unauthorized device use or enforce data encryption remotely


Uniquely identify all USB conected devices


Get reports and alerts regarding USB activity on all endpoints

Benefits & capabilities


Cross-platform, lightweight agent

Remotely monitor USBs and peripheral ports from a simple web-based interface with no performance impact on the protected computers. Set policies with ease for Windows, macOS and Linux.


Remote and temporary access

Grant USB access remotely, even when computers are offline, while having a complete list of log reports once back in the network.


Precise and granular control

Depending on departments’ requirements, specify which devices can or cannot be used, create device whitelists and blacklists, and define policies per user, computer, or group for uninterrupted workflow throughout the company.

Even stronger with Enforced Encryption.
Taking advantage of everything Device Control has to offer, enhance security one step further by implementing Enforced Encryption. With USB and peripheral ports already under control, ensure that all USB mass storage devices used throughout the organization are encrypted.