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We are committed to delivering the highest standards of services and solutions to our clients. Our team comprises of  infrastructure and security experts who have experience in various aspects of infrastructure and security and has proven records on being able to deliver on our promises. We also work with some of our best technology partners who are leaders in their own field to ensure that we provide the best in class solutions to our clients to meet their needs.


iTrustech is founded in 2016 in Singapore and is led by 2 individuals who is passionate in providing services and consultation to their own clients turned to form up as a team servicing a larger pool of clients ranging from consultation to implementation to post sales delivery. It is a Singapore based company that offers boutique solutions and customized trainings to customers in Asia, ranging from Video Content Management (VCMS), monitoring infrastructure/applications, to Infrastructure Management, Security and Unified Endpoint Management. iTrustech partners with mainly with Ivanti, Qumu, New Net Technologies, Bomgar, ObserveIT making it unique and stands out from the rest of the solution providers.


Our mission is to simplify and streamline clients management in terms of Unified IT management, Cyber Security management for our clients while not compromising their compliance and security. This is achieved through helping our clients understand their challenges and painpoints, working with them on addressing the issues and helping them fill the gaps that they need.

Just send us your questions and we will give you the help you need.


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New Critical Security Warning Issued For All Windows Versions As 'PrintNightmare' Confirmed

June Patch Tuesday update didn't fix the PrintNightmare security issue

The print spooler, which is enabled by default with all Windows installations, is used to schedule your printing jobs, find your printers, load the relevant drivers and so on. The vulnerability, which was only rated as 'important' by Microsoft when it was supposedly fixed by the June 8 Patch Tuesday security updates, was initially described as CVE-2021-1675.

Vulnerable code exists in all versions of Windows

In a July 1 security update posting , Microsoft confirmed "a remote code execution vulnerability exists when the Windows Print Spooler service improperly performs privileged file operations. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could run arbitrary code with SYSTEM privileges. An attacker could then install programs; view, change, or delete data; or create new accounts with full user rights."

Ivanti has a workaround for You…

Ivanti Endpoint Management Solution

Take Security to the Next Level

Malware is sneaky and relies on users being unaware of what they've downloaded to their devices—if they only knew.

With security breaches the new normal, the rush is on to implement effective security practices and ensure proper patch compliance. And with the rising number of vulnerabilities in third-party applications, this includes solutions that install critical security updates for more than just Microsoft products.

But whether your machines are behind the firewall or remote, physical or virtual, patching your critical operating systems and apps in a timely, effective, and cost-effective manner remains challenging.

More Info: EPM - Patch for Endpoint Manager Datasheet | EPM - Datasheet