Defending against malware with robust and practical application whitelisting

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Application whitelisting is a powerful defense against malware, including ransomware, and has been widely advocated by security experts. Whitelisting defines what a user can run and disallows everything else, particularly code that a user intentionally downloaded, was tricked into running, or that a malware breach brought onto the system. Windows includes strong whitelisting technologies, but to date most organizations have not found it easy to define, apply, and maintain effective policies that don’t negatively impact productivity. This session discusses an approach that can offer robust and practical application whitelisting using the Microsoft technologies you already own._x000D_


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