Salvation Army Protects the Integrity of Data and Global Brand

Salvation Army Protects the Integrity of Data and Global Brand

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As the second largest provider of social care in the UK, The Salvation Army estimates they have over 2,000 endpoints with 2,500 users. Controlling this amount of endpoints without hindering their care-givers and officers is paramount for the organization.

Inside, explore how The Salvation Army enables “plug and play” flexibility for their users with USB storage devices and mitigates potential risks with endpoint security software that provides central management of removable storage media and applications on corporate networks.

Vendor:
Lumension
Posted:
31 Jul 2013
Published
31 Oct 2007
Format:
PDF
Length:
6 Page(s)
Type:
Case Study
Language:
English
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