Long-term maintenance of events, agents, and console are critical to endpoint security health and will safeguard operational success of BlackBerry® Protect in your environment.
Once configured to best practices, on average, your company’s BlackBerry Protect ecosystem should only take one resource less than an hour per week to maintain agents, identify and research potential threats, proactively whitelist operational files and scripts, maintain licenses, and perform quarterly console and user audits.
This session will cover:
Daily Tasks – Depending on where you are in implementation, monitoring threats can be a daily or weekly task. Learn how to conduct thorough and efficient threat reviews on a routine basis.
Weekly Tasks – The review of Memory Protection and Script Control events is essential in identifying possible indicators of compromise or operationally necessary processes or scripts that may require safe listing to prevent operational disruption in your environment. Discover how to review and respond to Memory Protection and Script Control events as they arise.
Monthly Tasks – Listen as the presenter discusses best practices related to maintaining agent health and continued device management in the BlackBerry Protect console.
Quarterly Tasks – Auditing user accounts, console policies, and keeping up with the latest BlackBerry Protect articles, technical resources, and latest advancements are important quarterly tasks that are sure to keep you squared away from quarter to quarter.
Following BlackBerry Protect best practices can mean the difference between responding to an alert vs. a cyber incident.
Register for the BlackBerry Protect Long-Term Operational Maintenance Course customer webinar today.