Glossary > Endpoint Privilege Management (EPM)
Endpoint Privilege Management eliminates risks on the endpoint by using a combination of least privilege (users get ONLY the access they need) and application control (unauthorized applications are restricted or blocked).
EPM ensures that end-users run trusted applications with the lowest possible privilege, and determines whether an application can run, and how (under what privilege conditions) it can run. EPM enables organizations to block and contain attacks on desktops, laptops, and servers thereby reducing the risk of information being stolen or encrypted and held for ransom.
Important EPM Resources:
Enterprise Endpoint Management is a MUST when all users are privileged users
The Definitive Guide to Endpoint Privilege Management
How Secure Are Your Endpoints? An ethical hacker’s guide to protecting Windows machines