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“... unless they have a registered USB drive, I block it. LEM does all that for me.”
IT Facilities Director
Checkered Flag Motor Car Company
"Using SolarWinds LEM forensic capabilities, we were able to demonstrate to investigators and customers that a data breach had not occurred at our location where our clients’ data was stored. Being able to prove that no compromise had occurred saved us from a potentially large civil action lawsuit."
Small Business Computer Software Company
"We had accounts that were being locked. In the past we had to look at every log, every server. With LEM, it gave us one picture showing us everything."
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“... by bringing [LEM] in, we can definitely get an in-depth view of what’s going on in our environment.”
Senior Systems Engineer
"Certain employees attempted to pass off sensitive financial information via USB to a cell phone. The USB rule disconnected the device and fired an email to administrators."