Tag Archive | Configuration Manager

Microsoft EndPoint Manager (SCCM) gets live dashboard for USB removable storage security events

Microsoft EndPoint Manager (SCCM) gets live dashboard for USB removable storage security events

06/10/2020 – Brief Overview: secRMM is a Windows security solution that audits and controls access to removable storage devices.  secRMM is very easy to implement in that it can operate on a standalone Windows computer or can be centrally managed for thousands of computers.  It can be configured to have security policies for computers and/or […]

Combine “Mobile Device Management” (MDM) with USB Plug/Play “Data Loss Prevention” (DLP) using SCCM and/or Intune

Combine “Mobile Device Management” (MDM) with USB Plug/Play “Data Loss Prevention” (DLP) using SCCM and/or Intune

01/29/2018 – secRMM has a security property that applies specifically to mobile devices. secRMM can verify when a mobile device is connected to a Windows computer over a USB cable if that device is enrolled in your organizations MDM. If it is not, secRMM can either unmount the device or prevent files from being copied […]

USB devices, malware and System Center

USB devices, malware and System Center

March 19, 2016 – If you are already familiar with secRMM, you can skip the secRMM introduction and go directly to the new secRMM features, by clicking here. An introduction to secRMM, “Data Loss Prevention” and “Endpoint Protection” secRMM is a utility for what the computer industry calls “Data Loss Prevention” (DLP for short). DLP software protects against […]

SCCM with 100% USB/Mobile Device storage security

SCCM with 100% USB/Mobile Device storage security

Security Removable Media Manager (secRMM) is Windows security software that audits and authorizes write activity to storage devices that connect using the USB port.  This includes smart phones, tablets, flash drives (including hardware and/or software encryption), external hard drives, SD-Cards, and CD/DVD.  secRMM fits into a category of software commonly referred to as “Data Loss Prevention” […]