The rapid technical growth of Information Technology (IT) paralleled by its massive employment by every organization has created a need to secure the networks, which involve tremendous data. Thus, it has become compulsory for organizations to prevent their networks from swiftly growing technology has enabled expert hackers to barge into your network systems. You cannot absolutely rely on your existing security systems; therefore, you regularly need to update your security solutions, replacing them with advanced control applications. This is apparent with the growing market size of network control applications, which was $1.25 billion in 2015, and expects to reach $1.90 billion by 2020. Not only the risk-oriented industries, such as finance and banking, have adopted advanced application control solutions, but healthcare, government, defense etc., have also implemented them. Under such a risky environment, the corporations require adopting a comprehensive application control policy to secure their networks from cyber attacks.
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Almost every company is employing advanced applications to simplify its business operations, which include cloud-based, web-based, and third party applications. It has become very difficult for the companies to identify the secured applications since most of them belong to different sources. However, internal company-wide application visibility and control can ensure the security of corporate data. Such control solutions enable IT teams to monitor the applications, users, data, and their access. Continuous Automated Application Visibility across your entire endpoint environment protects it from unauthorized access by malicious users. There are many advantages of application controls as below:
- Protects against susceptibilities in the cloud, web-based, and third party applications.
No company can entirely depend on the security provided by the third party, so they need to implement their own internal security. Since companies do not have direct visibility into third party cyber security, so they must ensure their internal network security by adopting visibility and control solutions.
- Identifies unauthorized applications
Corporations, having BYOD policies, clearly adhere to their internal security solutions. Some employees might install malware carelessly or accidentally on their personal devices using public WiFi, which infects company network when such infected devices are allowed access. If your IT team is equipped with advanced security applications, you can limit the risk of malware infection beside other security risks.
- Complete application visibility and control solutions
Promisec Endpoint Manager (PEM) provides a complete range of application visibility across your entire endpoint environment. This enables the IT security team to view everything, whatever is running on their corporate networks. On the other hand, application controls help IT security team to limit users from accessing to sensitive data securing it from multiple types of cyber threats. PEM’s flexible and customized applications also enable company system to simply whitelisting and blacklisting, which provides accurate identification of unauthorized applications. Such identification helps IT security teams to bar unauthorized users from getting access to company networks. Further, these controls help companies to allocate the unauthorized applications into six different categories. Some of these categories include remote control devices, keyloggers, and password recovery tools. A particular application controls policy prevents employees from using corporate assets for their personal use including the transfer of data to external devices.
In a nutshell, application visibility and control solutions help IT security team to identify, control and secure their corporate networks from external threats and vulnerabilities.