Grsecurity can do this. It happily prevents udisks from auto-loading modules for whatever filesystems on behalf of unprivileged users. It's unfortunate though that Linux is moving in this direction (of security decisions being made in userland brokers) as it hinders the ability to enforce more secure mandatory security policies.
Grsecurity will also prevent mount from being able to load arbitrary kernel modules (it will be restricted to modules that register a filesystem).
This is a subset of the full GRKERNSEC_MODHARDEN feature which prevents unprivileged users from being able to auto-load kernel modules, without having to implement a posteriori blacklists.