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Broadcom + Symantec: Great for Wall Street, Not for Security

Posted by Menlo Security on Oct 25, 2019

August 8, 2019, was a great day on Wall Street, as Broadcom announced their intent to acquire Symantec’s enterprise business for $10.7 billion in cash. Symantec’s stock moved up more than 12 percent on the expected announcement. This jump might not seem like a huge premium, but given that Symantec’s revenue was in decline during its prior fiscal year in one of the hottest technology segments, we think the price tag was generous. Broadcom’s own statements reinforce the financial benefits:

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Tags: Secure Web Access, Symantec

Gartner Report on Remote Browser Isolation: A Year Later

Posted by Menlo Security on Apr 16, 2019

It’s been a year since Gartner released its report on remote browser isolation. At the time, the report was forward thinking—controversial even—as it suggested that enterprises can no longer assume that their traditional detect-and-respond security strategy is enough to stop all web-based malware attacks. Analyst Neil MacDonald argued that enterprises should stop trying to detect every attack and instead focus on “containing the ability of the attacker to cause damage and reduce the surface area for attack.”

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Tags: isolation technology, "risky web", browser isolation

Christmas, a time for giving…and patching? Really?

Posted by Menlo Security on Dec 20, 2018

A series of zero-day attacks seems to be a leading indicator of what's in store for IE in 2019!

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Tags: browser isolation, vulnerabilities, malicious links

Menlo’s Vision to Revolutionize Web Security

Posted by Menlo Security on Nov 28, 2018

In the technology industry, the word “visionary” refers not just to the ability to see the future, but to actually change it. Quite a few companies achieve the first part of this definition. Very few pull off the second part.

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