Stop Browser Exploits from Letting Ransomware In


Browsers – Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari and others – are perhaps our most vital business tool. And cyber criminals’, too: Browser exploits are how they get most ransomware from the web to endpoints and then onto networks.


Watch Webinar


To Keep Ransomware Off Networks, Move Browsing Off Endpoints


Join Gerry Grealish, Ericom CMO, for a quick session covering:

  • How malware from the web flows from websites to endpoints and networks, via browsers

  • Whether applying Zero Trust’s “Trust nothing, verify everything” stance is possible for the web, where NOTHING can be verified safe

  • A new browser architecture that allows full user access to websites they need, yet keeps malware away from vulnerable endpoints


We were searching for a [web isolation and file sanitization] solution that would integrate smoothly and seamlessly with existing security solutions, support group-based policy definition for users and domains, and be centrally managed. Ericom Shield ticked all those boxes.

Uri Inbar, IT Director, ALYN Hospital

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