Endpoint Security Software for Windows Desktops & Laptops

Protect your endpoint devices and sensitive data with the robust data loss prevention, web threat protection, and user activity monitoring features in the CurrentWare Suite.

  • Prevent Data Loss
    Restrict access to cloud storage, apps, and removable media devices
  • Continuous Monitoring
    User activity reports and alerts make it easy to monitor for high-risk activity
  • Web Threat Protection
    Block high-risk and malicious websites with predefined web content categories

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Custom Security Policies

CurrentWare’s security policies can be uniquely customized for each group of users or computers.

  • Block websites for some users and not others
  • Restrict end-users while giving security teams greater flexibility
  • Maintain custom security policies across all of your organization’s endpoints no matter which network they connect to
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Restrict Access to High-Risk Sites

Enforce internet use policies, block distracting websites, and improve internet security with granular internet access control policies.

  • Block websites based on URLs and content categories
  • Effortlessly block millions of websites across 100+ URL categories
  • Limit internet use to an Allow List for optimal endpoint security

Monitor User Devices for Events That Pose Security Risks

Your endpoint security depends on complete visibility into how your user accounts are interacting with your systems. CurrentWare helps provide visibility into risky behavior with intuitive user activity reports.

  • Get alerts of high-risk user events and other security risks
  • Monitor network traffic on endpoints for attempts to access high-risk websites and other policy violations
  • Alert your network administrator, IT department, and other trusted users when high-risk events occur
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Centralized Management for Scalable Data Protection

Implement data security policies from a central location. Easily monitor and control your entire workforce from the convenience of a web browser.

  • Monitor & control each managed endpoint device from a central  management console
  • Place users/PCs in their own policy groups to apply a unique security policy to them
  • Integrate with Active Directory to import & sync your Windows users to the CurrentWare Console
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Case Study

Viking Yachts Protects Sensitive Information From a Departing Employee

“CurrentWare saved us a lot of time and money. If we didn’t have AccessPatrol we would have never known what was going on. I cannot thank all of you enough for this software.”

A departing employee was caught stealing classified files! If we didn’t have AccessPatrol we would never have known.

Why Use Endpoint Security Software?

Unmanaged endpoints pose a serious security vulnerability to your network. Hackers will use your vulnerable endpoints as a front door to compromise the security of your network by infecting endpoints with malware while moving laterally across the network to target high-value assets. Perimeter-based security simply isn’t enough to fight against these attacks.

As many businesses scale their exposure to a growing number of cybersecurity threats increases exponentially. An endpoint security solution is a critical part of any threat protection strategy.

With CurrentWare’s endpoint security solutions you can protect data and business systems against common vulnerabilities including insider threats, information links, and visits to high-risk websites.

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95% of cybersecurity breaches are caused by human error.1

Without an endpoint security software in place your next  data breach is much more likely to come from a trusted employee.

The average cost of a data breach is $3.86 million as of 2020. 2

Due to the cost of remediation, legal fines & threat responses even larger organizations can be devastated by an attack.

20% of data breaches from 2020-2021 involved internal actors such as employees.3

Don’t let your employees be your weakest link; monitor employee computer activity to keep your business protected.

How to Improve Endpoint Security With CurrentWare

The CurrentWare Suite provides critical endpoint security controls for protecting your network, endpoints,
and sensitive data against a variety of high-risk activities.

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Block & Audit Removable Storage Devices

Control who can use portable storage devices and set USB security policies to limit what devices are allowed. Monitor data transfers and other file operations to removable media.

Prevent Data Leaks to Cloud Storage

Use web filtering and application blocking policies to stop unauthorized cloud storage use. Protect sensitive corporate data from being uploaded to unsanctioned file sharing sites.

Protect Sensitive Data Against Malware

Stuxnet and other malicious software can be spread by infected USB flash drives. Block high-risk websites and USB devices in your network to protect data against malware.

AccessPatrol USB file operations report

Audit User Activity for Insider Threat Risks

Monitor the internet and application use of users for high-risk, anomalous, or inappropriate activity. Receive automated alerts straight to your inbox when unwanted events occur.

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Granularly Restrict Data Transfers

Go beyond simply blocking unauthorized USB devices; keep data safe from trusted devices, too. Block file transfers to portable storage devices based on file extension and file name.

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Block High-Risk Network Ports

Block unused TCP/UDP ports to reduce the attack surface of your network. Mitigate the threat of data leakage over FTP, SFTP, IRC, and other high-risk network ports.

Assign Granular Device Permissions

CurrentWare’s data loss prevention software policies can be customized to fit the needs of each user, computer, and organizational unit in your environment.

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Data Loss Prevention for Remote Workers

CurrentWare is the best data loss prevention solution for remote workers. The client agent ensures that security policies are enforced even when endpoints leave the network.


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Employee Monitoring

BrowseReporter is a versatile employee monitoring software to track productivity and efficiency.

Easily monitor web browsing and application usage with intuitive user activity reports and dashboards.

✓ Make informed decisions with user activity monitoring

✓ Detailed evidence of web activity, the perfect tool for enforcing internet use policies

✓ Automatically capture screenshots of employee desktops

Web Filtering

BrowseControl is an easy-to-use website blocking software for restricting internet access.

Enforce internet use policies, block distracting websites, and improve internet security with granular internet access control policies.

Block websites based on URLs and content categories

Prevent users from running certain programs

Control internet access with allow and block lists

Device Control

AccessPatrol is a data loss prevention and USB control software to protect sensitive data against theft to portable storage devices.

Block USB devices and other peripherals to mitigate the threat of USB malware and data leakage.

✓ Block USB devices, network storage, & other peripherals

✓ Get alerts of USB file transfers and device use

✓ Block file transfers based on name and filetype

PC Power Manager

enPowerManager is an effective solution for remotely managing PC power policies across an enterprise to conserve energy and reduce costs.

Schedule PC power states or remotely boot up, shut down, or restart computers from the convenience of a central console.

✓ Remotely schedule and manage computer power states

✓ Configure advanced power policies for all users and computers

✓ Track logon, startup, and shutdown activities with intuitive reports

Get All 4 Modules in the CurrentWare Suite

Each module operates from the same central console, allowing you to easily manage the entire CurrentWare Suite from the convenience of a web browser.

✓ Get an advantageous price starting at $8.99 USD PUPM when you purchase all four modules as a bundle

✓ Seamlessly add new modules without redeploying the clients

✓ Includes BrowseReporter, BrowseControl, AccessPatrol, and enPowerManager

Flexible Deployment Options

On-Premises | Remote Workers | Self-Managed Cloud


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Get started today with a free fully-functional 14-day trial of the CurrentWare Suite. No credit card required to sign up!


Deploy the Software

Install the Console & Server on a computer, server, or a cloud platform of your choice. Then deploy the Clients to your users’ computers.


Manage your Users

Organize your PCs/Users into custom policy groups. Get advanced awareness & control over how technology is used in your organization.


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AccessPatrol is a magical weapon with cutting-edge capabilities that protects your computer from untrusted USB devices. If an unauthorized device is attached it will warn the company immediately.

Md Jahan M, Digital Marketing & Full Stack Specialist
Internet Industry, 10,001+ employees

[AccessPatrol] has been a great benefit to secure USB devices and access to company computers. We now have the ability to secure machines that otherwise would have been exposed to threats.

Jordan F., Senior IT Specialist
Machinery Industry, 1001-5000 employees

Data leaks have been thwarted by Accesspatrol. When an unauthorized device is detected, an email alert is sent immediately. It enables real-time audit reports on accessed and blocked devices.

Karen M., Senior Director of Marketing
Construction Industry, 10,001+ employees

We have experienced data leaks by dishonest employees in the past and AccessPatrol has helped us avoid them and work with greater security and peace of mind for us and our customers.

Julio V., Head of Information Technology
Financial Services Industry, 10,001+ employees

How to Keep Data Safe When Offboarding Employees

70% of intellectual property theft occurs within 90 days of an employee’s resignation.

Are you concerned about the damage a terminated employee could cause with access to sensitive corporate information, account passwords, and other proprietary data?

Follow these best practices to protect your data security when offboarding employees. 

Key Features for Improving Endpoint Security 

Category Filtering

Block Endpoint Devices

Protect your network from endpoint attacks by restricting device access.

URL Filter

Block Malicious Websites

Prevent users from accessing malicious websites that are susceptible to malware attacks.

Category Filtering

Report on Endpoint Activity

Report on file transfer and endpoint devices that were connected to your network.

Internet Scheduler

Temporary Access

Use the Access Code Generator to provide temporary access to peripheral devices.

Centralized Console

USB File Transfer Permissions

Control the flow of data to USBs. Configure read-only, no access, or full access policies.


Block Smartphones and Tablets

Prevent users from connecting iPhones, iPads, Android devices, and more.

Application Blocker

Turn Internet Off

Turn the Internet off completely to prevent online file transfers or uploads of data.

Email Report

Block Computer Programs

Prevent users from using unauthorized or malicious computer programs.

Endpoint Security Software Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Use Your Endpoint Security Software With Remote Workers?

Yes. CurrentWare’s endpoint security software solutions support a variety of deployment options that allow you to control USB devices, block websites, and monitor user activity no matter where they are.

To learn more about using CurrentWare with remote workers, visit this article:

How to Set Up CurrentWare  for Remote Teams

Are There Any Limits to the Free Trial?

The free trial of our endpoint security software is fully functional. You can deploy it on up to 10 computers for 14 days. If you need more time or more computers to properly evaluate the best endpoint security software software for your organization, reach out to our support team.

Will My Employees Know They Are Being Monitored?

As with any CurrentWare Suite product, your organization is in control of how visible the endpoint security software is.

The CurrentWare software client operates in stealth mode by default.

In stealth mode, the CurrentWare software client is not visible in the system tray or control panel of the user’s computer. Your users will not be able to uninstall the program or stop it without administrator privileges.

If you would like your users to be aware that they are being monitored, you can choose to show the CurrentWare software client in their system tray by enabling it in the client software settings.

AccessPatrol does not disclose when its USB activity monitoring feature is active. When your employees attempt to use an unauthorized USB device they can be presented with an optional warning message.

When BrowseControl blocks a website you can choose to show a warning message, redirect to another website, or simply have the connection fail.

When monitoring user activity with BrowseReporter you can choose to enable the End-User Reports feature to provide users with access to their activity data. You can also display optional notifications that periodically remind them that they are being monitored.

Does CurrentWare Have Access to Employee Data?

No. CurrentWare’s user activity monitoring and endpoint security solutions do not send your user’s computer usage data to CurrentWare. They are installed and managed by your organization.

All of the data collected by CurrentWare’s software is stored on a database that is installed in your organization’s network or on a virtual machine provided by a cloud service provider of your choice.

For more information please refer to our Terms of Service

What is Endpoint Security?

Endpoint security is the practice of protecting endpoint devices against a variety of cybersecurity threats. The intention of endpoint security is to safeguard sensitive data and networks against malicious attacks from threat actors such as black hat (malicious) hackers, hacktivists, state-sponsored actors, cybercriminals, and insider threats. 

This is accomplished in part by improving the security of endpoint devices, though other elements of security such as network security, physical security, and cloud security also play a part in protecting sensitive data. 


What is Considered an Endpoint Device?

Traditionally, an endpoint device was any device that was literally at the end of a physical network such as modems, switches, bridges, workstations, and hubs. In modern times the addition of new devices and the widespread use of cloud architecture has expanded what we consider to be an endpoint to include any device that operates outside of the corporate firewall. 

Examples of endpoint devices:

  • Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices and smart devices such as watches, fitness trackers, and sensors
  • Industrial Internet-of-Things (IIoT) systems such as Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition systems (SCADA) and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
  • Mobile devices such as laptops, tablets and smartphones
  • Networking hardware such as modems, switches, bridges, servers and hubs
  • Output devices such as printers
  • Automated Teller Machines (ATM)
  • Self-driving vehicles
  • Medical devices
  • Mobile kiosks

This list is far from comprehensive; as technology continues to advance we will see more and more devices becoming interconnected and contributing to the ever-growing list of devices. 

Can I Set Unique Device Restrictions for Different Computers or Users?

Yes. You can assign unique security policies for each computer, user, department, or other organizational unit (OU) in your company.

To do this, CurrentWare allows you to create group folders with separate policies. This feature is perfect for restricting users while providing greater access for trusted administrators.

In terms of device control, you can also use the access code generator to temporarily grant access to all peripherals or use the device scheduler to automatically allow/block devices at specific times.

In terms of internet and application restriction, you can use the internet scheduler and app blocker scheduler to temporarily allow access to blocked websites and applications at specific times.

Can I Block Specific File Types from Being Transferred?

Yes. CurrentWare has the ability to prevent your end-users from copying specific files to their storage devices. These file transfer restrictions can be configured based on the file name or file extension.

The file transfer blocking feature can also be used on devices that are on the Allowed List. This lets you provide access to company-authorized USB devices while still protecting the sensitive data in your network against exfiltration to portable storage hardware.

Who Uses This DLP Solution?

CurrentWare has a global client base across a variety of industries including government, healthcare, finance, nonprofit, and manufacturing.

CurrentWare’s customers use our computer monitoring, web filtering, and endpoint security solutions to protect their business against time theft, data leakage, and web-based threats by monitoring and controlling computer usage.

Learn more by reading our customer case studies.

How Can I Start Protecting Sensitive Data?

  1. Download & install CurrentWare
    Download the files for your free trial. On the administrator’s computer, run CurrentWare.exe to begin the installation of the endpoint security solutions.
  2. Deploy the security software clients
    Deploy the CurrentWare software client (cwClientSetup.exe) on all the computers you want to control. You can deploy the software client with a local install or by using Active Directory, SCCM, or our built-in remote deployment tool.
  3. Monitor & control your endpoint devices
    After the installation, you will see all of your user’s computers on the CurrentWare Console. From this console, you can generate detailed reports on your user’s activities and assign endpoint security policies to protect your endpoints against insider security threats.

Is This a Cloud Product?

The CurrentWare Suite can be deployed on-premises or on a cloud platform of your choice. Both deployment option are compatible with remote workers with a few configuration changes.

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How is the CurrentWare Suite Secured?

CurrentWare is committed to the security of its platform, its users and their data. 


  • All of the data collected by CurrentWare’s solutions is stored in your organization’s data center or cloud service provider; the data is not sent to CurrentWare.
  • The web console cannot be accessed without a username and password. For an added layer of authentication security you can enable two-factor authentication.
  • You can selectively enable/disable what data is tracked and delete old records automatically.


For a complete overview of the security measures that CurrentWare has in place, check out the CurrentWare platform security overview page.

Improve Endpoint Security With CurrentWare

1 2014 Cyber Security Intelligence Index  – IBM https://i.crn.com/sites/default/files/ckfinderimages/userfiles/images/crn/custom/IBMSecurityServices2014.PDF
2 2020 Cost of a Data Breach Report – IBM https://www.ibm.com/security/digital-assets/cost-data-breach-report/1Cost%20of%20a%20Data%20Breach%20Report%202020.pdf
3 2022 Data Breach Investigations Report– Verizon https://www.verizon.com/business/resources/reports/2022/dbir/2022-data-breach-investigations-report-dbir.pdf