In our ever-connected digital landscape, secure browsing isn't just a best practice—it's a necessity. From individuals to cybersecurity teams, the pursuit of a safe online experience is a collective responsibility.
Best practices, such as using VPNs for encrypted connections, privacy modes to limit data collection, and regularly clearing cookies to disrupt tracking, serve as the first line of defense. These measures play an integral part in maintaining online security.
Yet, in an era of highly evasive threats, relying solely on these tactics can sometimes prove inadequate. Attackers constantly adapt, pushing the boundaries of what we consider secure today.
So, what do you do when traditional safeguards aren't enough? During this recent discussion with Menlo Security expert Brett Raybould, he discusses why advanced browsing security strategies beyond the standard practices are needed.