LAPD Reduces Costs And Makes Streets Safer

By Jordan Harris

LAPD Cruiser Interior ComputerThe second largest Police Department in the nation turns to Faronics for its Layered Security Solution.  Spyware, viruses, and malware were a threat to the LAPD’s mobile computers.  They were looking for a solution to prevent damage caused by online threats and to reduce the cost of fixing their damaged machines.

The LAPD decided to implement Faronics’ Layered Security solution to prevent the workload of reimaging damaged machines. Anti-Executable and Deep Freeze work together making over all management easier for IT.  With this solution, they now spend less time fixing their machines and lowered their IT costs.

Deep Freeze and Anti-Executable are crucial to preserving an image determined for mission critical law enforcement systems used 24×7 to ensure reliability and security with minimal downtime and with the least reliance on IT personnel, said Chief Tim Riley, CIO and Bureau Chief of the LAPD’s Information and Communication Services Bureau.

Before Layered Security, LAPD was consistently re-imaging infected patrol car mobile computers. Layered Security has resulted in fewer support requests, increased uptime, productivity, and ultimately safer streets.  We were able to help the LAPD, find out how Faronics solutions can help your organization.

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