Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) December 2, 2010
IntelligentWhitelisting.com, a new online forum focused on addressing the growing need for dialogue around the inclusion of application whitelisting as part of a proactive endpoint security strategy, was formally launched today. Sponsored by Lumension®, a global leader in endpoint management and security, IntelligentWhitelisting.com was developed to bring industry experts, thought leaders, and developers together within an independent, social and collaborative forum that supports IT professionals’ need for information and education regarding the use of application control and whitelisting as an effective and efficient protector in today’s modern enterprise.
A network security community, Intelligentwhitelisting.com is a forum for discussing the current and future threat landscape and debates the role application whitelisting can and should play. Conversation is jumpstarted by intelligent perspectives and thought-provoking insights from leading IT security thought leaders, and experts including:
All contributors bring a unique slant on the evolution of application whitelisting and how to make it actionable and effective within a modern day endpoint security strategy. Topics to be explored include the technology’s ability to guard against attacks like Stuxnet and Zeus, how it protects dynamic endpoints in a way that doesn’t overburden IT staff or impede employee productivity, and how technological advances enable it to integrate with other tools such as antivirus and patch management.
Larry Selzer, contributing editor of PC Magazine and author of Security Watch blog
Intelligentwhitelisting.com is an open forum for application whitelisting and the security technology’s evolving ability to safeguard dynamic endpoints effectively and efficiently. It is brought to you by Lumension®. Recognizing the growing need for dialogue around application whitelisting, Lumension created this collaborative platform whereby varying thoughts and opinions may be shared. Participation by some bloggers on this site has been sponsored by Lumension however opinions expressed here are not always shared by Lumension. Comment freely on the site and/or email blog(at)intelligentwhitelisting(dot)com if you are interested in blogging for the site.
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