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Protect Your Digital Workforce With Browser Isolation Technology (BIT)

BIT Helps S&R Pros Implement Zero Trust For Workforce Security

July 21, 2017

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Employees today must use a browser to access most of their corporate applications, email, and collaboration tools. A variety of common threat vectors target basic user interactions as employees use the internet to serve customers and be as productive as possible. In this report, we analyze browser isolation technology (BIT), an emerging approach that enables security and risk (S&R) pros to secure a user's interactions with potentially malicious websites, emails, and links by isolating and intercepting the interaction before it can lead to any possible compromise.

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Table of Contents

  • Cybercriminals Are Targeting And Attacking Employee Interactions
  • BIT Intercepts An Employee's Interactions With Malware
  • Recommendations

  • Extend The Perimeter As Far As Possible With BIT
  • Supplemental Material
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