CSO’s Maria Korolov talked to Robert Huber, chief security and strategy officer at Salt Lake City-based Eastwind Networks about next generation whitelisting. He says he used and tested application whitelisting in the early 2000s, then came back to it again in 2007 with industrial control systems. In fast-changing environments, it was difficult for whitelisting to work, he says. But that is changing. “I believe the intersection of crowdsourcing, machine learning, and cyber threat intelligence coupled with predictive analytics could lead to a model where new applications can be quickly vetted and ranked to speed the decision cycle,” he says.
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