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With one-fifth of the world’s top 1 million web sites known to be running outdated and vulnerable software, it’s inevitable that end users are at risk.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.
Many organizations have given up on the possibility of preventing malware, and have shifted their efforts to detecting successful attacks and limiting their impact after they’ve occurred. Given the poor performance of conventional malware prevention systems, this is not surprising as barely a week goes by without reports of new vulnerabilities, attacks and breaches.
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In February, security researchers reported Forbes.com had been hacked. As a result, any visitor to the site was infected – without clicking on any links. This incident was just the latest reminder that seemingly safe activities on the Web – like browsing the home page of a well known and trusted site like Forbes.com – is risky. With over one billion websites on the Internet, and more than 100,000 new sites coming online daily, we found ourselves wondering: Can we quantify the level of risk on the Web?