Maitland, Florida


Overall Rank: 193
Category: Cybersecurity
Category Rank: 13


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ThreatLocker is leading the cybersecurity market towards a more secure approach to blocking unknown application vulnerabilities. The ThreatLocker Control Suite combines Application Whitelisting, Ringfencing™, Storage Control, and Elevation Control solutions in ways that make security simple.

ThreatLocker’s powerful suite of security tools is designed so that everyone from businesses to government agencies to academic institutions can directly control exactly what applications run on their networks.

Since its founding in 2017, ThreatLocker has been recognized as one of the most efficient cyber security software. Headquartered in Maitland, Florida.


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Key Products

Ringfencing™ adds a second line of defense for applications that are permitted. First, by defining how applications can interact with each other, and secondly, by controlling what resources applications can access, such as networks, files, and registries. Ringfencing™ is an invaluable tool in the fight against fileless malware and software exploits.

Allow listing has long been considered the gold standard in protecting businesses from known and unknown executables. Unlike antivirus, Allowlisting puts users in control over what software, scripts, executables, and libraries can run on their endpoints and servers. This approach not only stops malicious software, but it also stops other unpermitted applications from running. This approach greatly minimizes cyber threats by stopping rogue applications from running on a user’s network.

ThreatLocker® Storage Control is an advanced storage control solution that protects information. They give users the tools to control the flow and access of data. Users can choose what data can be accessed, or copied, and the applications, users, and computers that can access said data. By using ThreatLocker®, users are in control of their file servers, USB drives, and your data. Most data protection programs on the market are butcher knife solutions to a problem that requires a scalpel. Blocking USB drives and encrypting data-storage servers can help secure an organization’s private data, but these tools don’t take into account that this data still needs to be utilized and quickly. Waiting for approval or trying to find a device that’s allowed to access needed files can drain hours of productivity.

ThreatLockers Elevation Control provides an additional layer of security by giving IT administrators the power to remove local admin privileges from their users, whilst allowing them to run individual applications as an administrator.

Network Access Control allows for total control of inbound traffic to protected devices. Using custom-built policies, users can allow granular access based on IP address or even specific keywords. Unlike a VPN that needs to connect through a central point, the ThreatLocker NAC is a simple connection between server and client. ThreatLocker NAC is built in a way that creates a seamless experience, enabling users to work as normal while eliminating the need for a solution, such as a VPN.

Third Wall™ is a powerful plugin that enables you to add additional controls to ConnectWise Automate®.

Key Executives

Danny Jenkins, Co-Founder & CEO

Danny Jenkins is the Co-Founder & CEO of ThreatLocker, which he co-founded in 2015. Previously, Jenkins was a CEO and CTO at Enable Technology Services and Sirrustec and before that a CTO and founder at MXSweep. Earlier in his career he worked with Kinetsys Ltd as a PC engineer.

Sami Jenkins, Co-Founder & COO

Sami Jenkins is the co-founder & COO of ThreatLocker. Before joining ThreatLocker, Jenkins was a co-founder at Sirrustec, Inc and before that a manager at MXSweep.

Micheal Jenkins, CTO

Micheal Jenkins is the CTO of ThreatLocker. Jenkins first got his start in 2009 as a technical support representative and systems engineer at EnableTS Incy. From there, he went on to vClouds LTD, before eventually rising to 3rd line engineer and cloud and security specialist at Arc IT Solutions ltd, his most recent position prior to joining ThreatLocker. Jenkins graduated from Coventry University with an undergraduate degree in computer science.

Ross McIntosh, CFO

Ross McIntosh is the CFO of ThreatLocker, which he joined in 2019. Previously, McIntosh was a founder at Harrington McIntosh Consulting and before that a senior manager at MorganFranklin Corporation. Earlier in his career he worked with CGI-AMS as a consultant. McIntosh earned an MBA in management & finance from Southeastern Louisiana University.

Customer insights

“We strongly believe ThreatLocker improves our clients’ cybersecurity posture. This is achieved at a significantly less cost than the layered approach associated with the legacy model of detect and respond, which requires multiple new tools to even attempt to meet current security challenges.” – Doug Lowenthal, CEO, TruTechnology


“Ransomware is a business killer if you do not have ThreatLocker. If you are relying on an antivirus to keep your company running, you might as well just change your password to ‘Password’. Ransomware used to keep me up at night, but now the amount of thought I devote to ransomware is absolutely minimal.” – Alastair Cuthbert, Managing Director, ARC IT Solutions


“We are happy to speak with anyone on the fence about ThreatLocker. We love that we have a product that actually does what they say it does- that’s rare in most industries.” – Brandis Kelly, President, The Technology Specialist