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Server Application Whitelisting United Kingdom and Worldwide Sales Tel: +44 (0)8447 671131 Email: sales@sophos.com North American Sales Toll Free: 1-866-866-2802 Email: nasales@sophos.com Australia and New Zealand Sales Tel: +61 2 9409 9100 Email: sales@sophos.com.au Asia Sales Tel: +65 62244168 Email: salesasia@sophos.com Oxford, UK | Boston, USA © Copyright 2015. Sophos Ltd. All rights reserved. Registered in England and Wales No. 2096520, The Pentagon, Abingdon Science Park, Abingdon, OX14 3YP, UK Sophos is the registered trademark of Sophos Ltd. All other product and company names mentioned are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. 06.15 NOLA.wpuk Sophos Cloud Server Protection To find out more, visit Sophos.com/Servers. Automatic Trust Rules with ServerAuthority Sophos Server Protection dynamically adapts to a server's environment with Sophos ServerAuthority. It identifies whitelisted applications and applies required trust rules to ensure only trusted sources can update whitelisted applications. This not only protects the integrity of applications, but also ensures they are updated and patched without interruption. Sophos ServerAuthority maintains a list of popular server applications such as Domain Controller, Exchange Server, and SharePoint and automatically applies recommended antivirus exclusions to exclude files and directories that could affect performance or stability. Integrated Security By integrating Sophos Application Whitelisting with Sophos Server Antivirus, we ensure your servers stay protected by using both technologies to counter the variety of threats present today. The solution also uses Live Protection, a cloud-based connection with SophosLabs, to look up threats in real time. Advanced Protection Designed For Servers Sophos Server Protection draws a clear distinction between user policies and server policies. The default server policy is optimized to balance performance and protection on server operating systems. Policies can be applied to a single server, to a group defined by Active Directory, manually within the console or to the entire environment. Conclusion Today, the urgency and the challenge to protect corporate servers from known and zero-day attacks are increasing at a parallel pace. Sophos Application Whitelisting provides simple yet powerful server protection unique to the industry. The solution includes one-click server lockdown, Sophos ServerAuthority enabling automatic trusted sources of changes, and integrated anti-malware and HIPS. This offers mid-market and pragmatic enterprises ease of use and management, optimized performance, and effective protection for their servers.

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