Keep Cyber Threats at bay with RDP Access Control
Hackers are exploiting Remote Desktop Protocol.
Therefore, we have developed RDP Access Control; a software system that focuses on erroneous RDP connections and thus keeps cyber threats at bay. Benefits for you:
Why are hackers aiming at the Remote Desktop Protocol?
The RDP protocol is used for logging into remote desktop servers, whether it’s your Windows PC at the office or home. In other words, this is a widely used protocol. Because every user would like to log in anytime, anywhere in the world, the protocol is listening 24×7 if you are trying to log in. And the protocol doesn’t just listen to your legitimate login attempt. It also listens to all illegitimate attempts by hackers. That is why the RDP protocol is so interesting for hackers to abuse. How-to: Microsoft has no solution for this problem besides giving you the possibility to block your account after x-number of attempts, but that is not always desirable for you as a user. That’s why there is RDP Access Control. We do not look at one user; we look at the origin. And if that IP Address has made x-number of attempts, then we block the address. And then it is also multi-tenant.
More than 50%
of SMB’s have
Companies that are using RDP Access Control
After we experienced a cyber hack, we opted for RDP Access Control. Very satisfied with the implementation.
Our company just can’t risk loosing a days work. We therefore use RDP Access Control. In the reports we see how many attacks were prevented.
We work with RDP Acces Control to avoid data breaches. We keep being alert, but now we can see who’s trying to get in, and that those attacks are being countered.
IT Security is more important than ever, now many are lacking the physical security of having everybody in the same building.
Start your Free TrialFree until halfway 2022
Are you an IT professional, IT administrator, cio or system manager? We welcome you to try RDP Access Control for free until mid year 2022. No strings attached? No obligatory subscription afterwards? No. Your subscription ends end 2021. We will ask you in June if you are satisfied, like to keep your account and wish to sign up as a client.
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