US Military Prevents Zero Day Attack with Application Whitelisting

US Military Prevents Zero Day Attack with Application Whitelisting The US government is under constant attack from adversaries looking to breach and gain access to their systems. To ultimately ensure they have the best possible endpoint protection, the US military engages in staged cyber security challenges.

During a recent exercise, this US military command center discovered serious vulnerabilities in their existing security solutions. Despite being on high alert, personnel accidentally introduced malicious malware that immediately broke through all the command center's layers of defense - except one: Bit9 Parity's Application Whitelisting.

Learn how their cyber attack exercise can get your security plan in shape:

  • Prevent targeted, zero-day attacks;
  • Eliminate unauthorized software - from video games to malware;
  • Develop an enterprise-ready dynamic application whitelist;
  • Protect targeted resources: files, memory, USB devices, registries, applications



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