You may have seen that Gartner has recently identified Remote Browsing/Isolation as one of its top 10 security technologies for 2016. With our previously announced partnership with Check Point, Menlo Security makes it simple to add this game-changing technology to an existing Check Point solution to eliminate malware and risky Web content.
Why Add Isolation?
With one-fifth of the world’s top 1 million web sites known to be running outdated and vulnerable software, it’s inevitable that end users are at risk.
The Menlo Security Isolation Platform (MSIP) uses patent-pending Adaptive Clientless Rendering™ (ACR) technology to deliver a malware-free rendering of the user's isolated session to their native browser, providing a safe and transparent user experience.
For the duration of my career in IT Security (16 years+ now), I have been able to work with and test a large number of security products that attempt to secure users and businesses from the Web. Back in 1998, the Web was just emerging as a platform to do business on. The biggest risk organizations faced was filling up their pipe with traffic, while caching proxy solutions such as open-source Squid technology had emerged to optimize bandwidth usage. However, caching was just the tip of the iceberg in terms of new risks.