Does Check Point have some kind of best practices or solution to protect Terminal Servers and remote desktop users against threats?
Our users rely heavily on Terminal Servers and do most of their work from there.
What is the best way to protect them when they downloading and opening files, moving files from/to the file servers, etc.? On the endpoint we have SBA, but when they connect to the Terminal Server, SBA is no use.
1. Did anyone try to install Sandblast agent on Terminal servers and succeeded (I saw some previous posts pointing for POC, but, are there real live deployment out there)?
2. Is there another solution to protect users on terminal servers (Doesn't have to be Check Point but a complementary solution)?