Device access control. Administrators can specify which users or groups have access to the following devices and interfaces: USB, FireWire, Infrared, COM and LPT ports, WiFi and Bluetooth adapters, printer (local, virtual, network), Windows Mobile, Blackberry, iPhone and Palm OS-based PDAs and smartphones, as well as DVD/BD/CD-ROMs, floppy and tape drives and other plug and play removable media. Depending on the port or type different granular permissions, such as reading, writing, formatting, etc., can be assigned also depending on day and time. DeviceLock also delivers Virtual DLP that extends data leak prevention to a variety of session-based, streamed and local virtual machines and as well as to BYOD devices using desktop and application virtualization architectures.
For the flexible configuration of distributed physical and virtual endpoint agents administrators utilize the Microsoft Windows Active Directory Group Policy objects (GPOs) and/or DeviceLock consoles.