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CoreTrace Releases "Top Seven Things You Need to Know About Application Whitelisting" Paper and Webinar

Leading Security Company Aims to Dispel Myths and Outdated Perceptions Surrounding Application Whitelisting Solutions and Demonstrate How Enterprises and Government Agencies Can Better Secure Systems

AUSTIN, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 11/10/10 -- CoreTrace®, the leading provider of secure and flexible application whitelisting solutions, today announced the availability of a new brief titled, "Top Seven Things You Need to Know About Application Whitelisting." The paper, authored by security industry veteran, Toney Jennings, President and CEO of CoreTrace, aims to make sure every security and operations professional can make decisions about application whitelisting based on the most updated information and not on outdated perceptions. The brief provides information on 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 the network. In addition to the brief, a live webinar on this same topic will be held on Thursday, November 18, 2010.

What:
CoreTrace President and CEO, Toney Jennings, has authored a new brief, available to the public at no cost, on the benefits and capabilities of today's application whitelisting technology. A sampling of what the brief covers includes:

  • 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 is securing thousands of systems across all major vertical markets and organizational sizes.

When:
Thursday, November 18, 2010
2 p.m. EST / 11 a.m. PST
Note: A replay of the Webinar will be available following the live event via the same registration URL.

Where:
To read the free brief, please visit:
http://www.coretrace.com/resources/brochures_briefs/CoreTrace_Brief_Top_Seven_Things_
You_Need_to_Know_about_Application_Whitelisting.aspx

To register for the free webinar, please visit: http://www.coretrace.com/resources/webinars/CoreTrace_Webinar_Top_Seven_Things_
You_Need_to_Know_about_Application_Whitelisting.aspx

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About CoreTrace
CoreTrace® is the leading provider of application whitelisting-based solutions. The company's award-winning and patented BOUNCER solution is at the forefront of the movement to improve security and endpoint performance by combining application whitelisting for real-time malware prevention and cloud-based blacklists for detection and reporting. Unlike other application whitelisting solutions that are simply lockdown technologies, BOUNCER's "Trusted Change" capability enables IT professionals to predefine multiple sources from which users can safely install applications and have them automatically added to the whitelist--all with minimal IT involvement. The result: full prevention of unauthorized applications, improved overall security, and lower total cost of ownership. CoreTrace's customers include organizations in a wide variety of industries, such as energy, oil and gas, retail, financial services, telecommunications, as well as government agencies.

For more information, visit the CoreTrace website or follow the conversation at WhiteSpace, the application whitelisting and security weblog.

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