What is AccessPatrol?

What is AccessPatrol?

AccessPatrol is a proactive solution for securing company endpoints to prevent the illicit transfer of data and download of malware from unauthorized devices, resulting in an increase of network security for businesses of all sizes.

Companies around the world are falling victim to data breaches and malware attacks because they are not implementing endpoint security software to protect their computers.

AccessPatrol Features

Block USBsOne-click to block USB devices completely
Device PermissionsSet full access, read-only or no access on storage devices
Allowed List Allow specific storage device to be always allowed on your network
Auditing ReportsReport on devices accessed or blocked and file operations.
Block File Extensions Prevent users from transfer restricted file types to their devices
Email AlertsAlert Administrators of unauthorized file transfers and device access
Email ReportsEmail device reports directly to your administrator’s inbox.

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