Certain types of software can open significant security holes in the enterprise network. Controlling what software is installed on end-user devices is a critical step in closing these holes. Include in your organization’s Software Installation Policy:

•    What software is supported, what is not.
•    How to make software requests.
•    Procedures around software installation.
•    Details about periodic audits.

A critical weapon in your security management arsenal is to control what software can be installed on end-user devices. Apply this Software Installation Policy to identify standard software titles and clearly communicate what is prohibited.

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Published: October 8, 2010
Last Revised: October 8, 2010


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