What’s new in GFI EndPointSecurity 2013 SR1

What’s new in GFI EndPointSecurity™ 2013 SR1

Released: July 25, 2013

New Feature - Encryption of Data onto Portable Devices


AES-256 encryption

The volume encryption feature of GFI EndPointSecurity now offers AES-256 along with the already existing AES-128.

Permissions for specific device serial numbers

A policy can contain now permissions for specific device serial numbers which are very useful in cases when a specific device having a unique serial number has to be treated differently.

Risk Scanning of Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 machines

GFI EndPointSecurity adapted to the technology change in the two new operating systems offering now the full scanning functionality for them.

Improved agent protection

The GFI EndPoint Security agent protection was improved to block users trying to tamper with the agent and gain access to devices.

New recognized archive types

The GFI EndPointSecurity now recognises most of the known archive types and check files inside them to offer increased protection. The following archive types are identified: 7z, arj, bz2, bzip2, cab, deb, gz, gzip, iso, jar, lha, lzh, lzma, rar, rpm, tar, wim, xar, xpi, z, zip.


Here's what just one of our GFI EndPoint Security users has to say about it.

Pricing and Availability GFI EndPointSecurity 2013 is available now from Grant McGregor with packages starting at around £15 for 100 computers. Many additional licence options are available. Just ask for details.

Take a closer look...

To learn more about GFI EndPointSecurity 2013, call David Bell on 0131 603 7911.

Or use our contact form or visit our GFI EndPoint Security page to download a free 30-day trial.

If you like the sound of GFI EndPoint Security to protect your organisation's sensitive data, then download GFI EndPoint Security for a free 30-day trial to see how it would help protect your data.

Or you can arrange a short demo of the product from Grant McGregor.




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