Zero Trust Security — Can It Work for the Web?

Each time your user opens a browser, your organization’s exposed to web-based malware and threats. Organizations invest millions in defending their networks, systems and resources, yet many discover – to their dismay -- that their existing tools are not up to the challenge.

Zero Trust Security means always establishing trust before allowing an employee to connect to a resource. But applying this model to the over one billion websites on the ever-changing internet simply cannot be done.

What if there was another way?

Remote Browser Isolation is the simple way to close the internet gap left open by existing web security solutions. Read Zero Trust: Reshaping the Security Landscape now.



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