Device Control Easily enforce security policies on removable devices and data encryption.

Protection in a Flash

Or, rather, from flash drives…. Lock down and regain control of those and other pesky devices so often linked to data loss and vulnerabilities.


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See why a proactive approach to device control is critical for protecting your organisation from data loss and malware before they take you down.

Device and port control

Proactive protection for all your endpoints

To enhance productivity, you need to provide your users easy access to data, often outside the network. But the risk of opening the door to malware and data loss through devices is a real concern. 

Ivanti Device Control, powered by Heat, provides effective, scalable protection. Ideal for servers, fixed-function assets (e.g., POS, ATM, and pay-at-the-pump systems), and thin-client or virtualized endpoints, Device Control allows you to quickly identify and lock down endpoints to prevent unauthorised use of removable devices and ports, and to prevent unknown apps from being installed and executed—reducing your attack surface exponentially.

Device Control fully meets our expectations. We can control the most vulnerable parts of our infrastructure, proactively address any threats, and adhere to our security standards.
Grigory KashinHead of Software Sector, IT Department

Get proactive with data access and device control without putting user productivity on hold.

Your users need easy access to data. But, that can open the door to data loss and malware. Malicious or accidental, these incidents can be a nightmare. Get ahead of threats by reducing your attack surface without disrupting your workforce and the pace of business today.


Make sure unauthorised devices can’t copy data, no matter how they get plugged in.


Gain better visibility and control over your devices with access to endpoints, such as rogue Wi-Fi/Bluetooth beacons, USB sticks, keyloggers, and printers.


Centrally manage devices and data, using a whitelist / “default deny” approach.


Keep data safe without denying your users access to these tools when they’re needed.

Slay device vulnerabilities—without disruption.

Your users need easy access to data, in and out of the network. Give them the ability to use devices when needed, without leaving the door open to attack.