GFI LanGuard – an integrated solution to network security. Scan, detect, assess and rectify vulnerabilities in your network and within its connected devices. Get the full picture and maintain your security with minimal effort.
Deliver the patches you need to your Microsoft, MacOS and Linux operating systems and applications. Either automatically or on demand, you have a network scan that detects over 50,000 vulnerabilities. Automatic download and deployment of any patches are all managed through the interface. Furthermore, you have the ability to roll-back patches if needed. Keep your networking consistently configured to protect against threats and vulnerabilities.
For a full list of applications covered by GFI LanGuard, see here.
Full security audits for your network (including virtual machines), delivered across Windows, MacOS and Linux. Any iOS, Android and Windows phones that connect to your Exchange servers as well as a number of switches, routers and printers from a range of manufactures are also covered.
During security audits, more than 60,000 vulnerability assessments are conducted so that you can identify and correct any threats before hackers exploit them. A graphical based threat level helps you see what is most urgent. Auto download, deployment and roll-back facilities for patches speeds up your processes.
Connect to the relevant information on the web where available.
A front-end dashboard gives you a quick and easy interface to see real-time information on your network. Then you know exactly what you need to target straight away.
Web reporting console
A remove access web interface where you can get full reports across multi-site installations. Remote management is easier as the reporting console will quickly show you which sites need your attention first.
Integration with security applications
Over 4,000 critical security applications integrate with GFI LanGuard. These cover:
- Backup client
- VPN client
- URL filtering
- Patch management
- Web browser
- Instant messaging
- Disk encryption
- Data loss prevention
- Device access control.
Status updates letting you now which applications are in the proper condition and which need your attention. Then rectify those issues such as installing updates, running scans, enabling software to removing peer-to-peer software.
Know exactly what is on your network. A comprehensive audit that gives you detailed hardware configurations of each machine. Additionally, it incorporates detail from Windows’ Device Manager tool on each machine. Compare with previous scan histories to see if anything has changed. Understand what has been connected through USB. Also, it checks for open network shares, ports and weak passwords being used. Then you proactively target vulnerabilities in your network from this interface.
The use of agents helps spread the load across the network and will continue to work so when a mobile device is brought back in, any urgent issues will be reported back to the central console much more quickly.