|Data protection on devices without Safetica|
|If there are devices in your network without Safetica product, there are potential risks of your data not being protected. Even with one device without Safetica, the risks are:|
For very small companies, connecting of new devices can be checked on personal level. One option is to restrict access to company network using a private WiFi password, which is not public among employees.
For larger companies which already have Active Directory, we recommend to allow access to servers and data only using Active Directory accounts. You can also create a global GPO policy that will automatically install Safetica onto new stations.
Another option is to use standard 802.1X, which can solve authentication to network with certificate, which means that every device needs to go through some authorization process. If there is an administrator involved in this process, he can install Safetica before connecting the device to the network.
Modified on: Fri, Jan 27, 2017 at 4:48 PM
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