“Top Seven Things You Need to Know about Application Whitelisting”
From his days as an officer in the Air Force Information Warfare Center to his current role as CoreTrace’s President and CEO, Toney Jennings, has been in the security game for years. Toney is now on a personal crusade to make sure all security and operations professionals are making decisions about application whitelisting based on the most updated information and not on outdated perceptions.
“Every day, security teams thank us for showing them how flexible application whitelisting has become, how simple the self-service mechanisms are, and how much valuable intelligence it can bring about all applications in their network,” said Toney in a recent interview. “I am making it my personal mission to make sure every security and operations team receives the same information. They cannot afford not to know and to make decisions based on old preconceptions.”
Based on hundreds of discussions with enterprises and government agencies, Toney wrote a new brief, titled simply “The Top Seven Things You Need to Know about Application Whitelisting.” Please read the brief to instantly have up-to-date knowledge of the capabilities of today’s leading Application Whitelisting solutions, i.e.,
- Application whitelisting is not the same as “lockdown”; leading solutions are built to address user-driven dynamic environments like desktops and laptops.
- Leading solutions actually include cloud-based blacklists.
- Leading solutions go beyond security to provide intelligence about all applications in a network — including usage and prevalence.
- Application whitelisting is no longer just for early adopters; the technology secures thousands of systems across all major vertical markets and organizational sizes.
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