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Lab Matters – Are we up to a brighter future?

Many security technologies rely on denylisting malicious or suspicious files or applications in order to prevent users from running them. But that approach can have its limitations, and theidea of allowlisting applications and safe files has taken hold recently. In this video, Vladimir Zapolyansky talks about the benefits of application allowlisting, the way that the technology works and how it can help users protect their PCs more effectively.

Lab Matters – Are we up to a brighter future?

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APT trends report Q2 2021

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