CLICK TO REGISTER TODAY  for our webinar on Application Whitelisting, the ultimate safeguard against maleare.

Attend our webinar and find out how Whitelisting solutions:

  • provide protection against malware, allowing only pre-approved applications to run
  • protect against zero-day and targeted attacks, designed to get around those blacklisting measures your typical anti-virus has in place
  • improve employee productivity and workstation efficiency

Find out how Whitelisting solutions prevents the two chief tools used in an attack to give control to the hackers. Protect against the execution of unauthorised keyloggers and remote control access programs, which open your networks to cybercriminals. In addition to network protection, Whitelisting solutions save money by reducing downtime, extending PC lifecycles, and reducing the volume of support tickets, all of which are after-effects of a malware attack on your network.

Date: Thursday 12th April

Time: 10am BST
Venue: Online

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What is a Whitelisting Solution? 

Whitelisting technology is the opposite of blacklist technology; the list of entities, whether domain names, email addresses, or executable files, is a list of only what is allowed to penetrate a system. For example, a whitelist of domain names is a list of URLs that are authorized to display, despite any rules of an email spam blocker program.

The most familiar example of a whitelist solution is email-based where users create a list of authorised email addresses from which they approve receiving messages, again despite the rules of an anti-spam program.

One of the most important areas of whitelisting is application whitelisting. With application whitelisting only preapproved programs are allowed to on a machine and all other programs that are not given the approval status are simply not allowed to run.

Register for our webinar and see the benefits of a simple and secure option for total system control, supplying greater security to your network, and greater peace of mind for administrators.