This is the purchase guide of SECUDRIVE Device Control for USB port controlling.

Case 1: For some of the PCs in the office, USB drives or external HDs should be blocked.>>read more

Case 2: We have about 50 PCs across the branches and the HQ needs to proceed with USB port control and log collection for connected devices and file events.>>read more

Case 3: We do not need USB port control inside the office. Because the staffs bring their own laptop, USB port and network should be blocked.>>read more

Case 4: We have a customer service center and would like to block the USB ports of about 100 PCs. We do not need logs of the connected devices.>>read more

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Case 1. For some PCs in the office, USB drives or external HDDs should be blocked.
A. PC is connected to the Internet.
SECUDRIVE Device Control BASIC, ESD Editionis available. This program does not require separate management program. Just install software on the PC, proceed with standard license and proceed with USB port control.

B. PC is not connected to the Internet.
SECUDRIVE Device Control, USB Edition is available. For license authentication, plug in the D Device Control USB drive to the PC and install the program. Without Internet connection, you license can still be authenticated.

Case 2. We have about 50 PCs across the branches and the HQ needs to proceed with USB port control and log collection for connected devices and file events.
SECUDRIVE Device Control Enterprise is available. Enterprise version is composed of the central manager program and the client agent program. The manager program automatically collects events of the connected devices and file tasks on them.

Case 3. We do not need USB port control inside the office. Because the staffs bring their own laptop, USB port and network should be blocked.
SECUDRIVE Device Control Enterprise is available. Enterprise version provides both [Online policy] for communication status of the central manager program and the client agent and [Offline policy] for disconnection status. Making use of them, you can set policies for the office and outside environment separately.



Case 4. We have a customer service center and would like to block the USB ports of about 100 PCs. We do not need logs of the connected devices.
SECUDRIVE Device Control, USB Edition is available. If you need to block USB ports but do not need event logs, you can use BASIC edition. For installation on lots of client PCs, divide licenses into multiple SECUDRIVE Device Control USB drives and install the agent simultaneously on the PCs.