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Internet Isolation Cloud: Introducing a New Paradigm

Posted by Mehul Patel on Sep 11, 2019

The fact that Albert Einstein never really said, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result,” doesn’t mean it isn’t genius. Think about it. People do this all the time. They keep repeating their mistakes and are surprised when they get the same results.

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Tags: Web Security, ZeroTrust, ZeroTrust Internet, Guide,, Internet Isolation

Why a Cloud Transformation Must Include Multi-Tenant Isolation

Posted by Mehul Patel on Aug 29, 2019

People are moving to the cloud. The cloud permeates our day-to-day life, influencing everything from our family vacation photos to our most sensitive credit card data. Modern businesses are increasingly experiencing the same trend—the shift to cloud-based applications and workloads is occurring at an unprecedented rate. According to Forbes, the cloud will host 83 percent of enterprise workloads by 2020, a 10 percent increase over 2018.

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Tags: Web Security, ZeroTrust, ZeroTrust Internet, Internet Isolation

Understanding How the Internet Has Changed

Posted by Mehul Patel on Aug 28, 2019

It’s not your father’s Internet anymore. Heck, it’s not even your older sister’s Internet anymore. The Internet of AOL, Internet Explorer, and static web pages is gone. In its place is a more interactive, fluid Internet made up of dynamic web apps and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platforms that have transformed the way we connect, inform, and work. It’s an exciting time to be a user, but it can be a nightmare for the IT team.

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Tags: Web Security, ZeroTrust, ZeroTrust Internet, Guide,, Internet Isolation

Getting to Know Today’s Threats

Posted by Mehul Patel on Aug 21, 2019

Threat actors aren’t stupid. Really, they’re not. They know that the best way into an organization’s network is through users. People are the weakest link in any cybersecurity strategy. Why spend countless hours trying to hack into a business system when a simple email spun up to look legit or a trusted website infected with adware can get a user to unwittingly hand over the keys to the castle?

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Tags: web browser isolation, Web Security, ZeroTrust Internet, Guide,, Internet Isolation

Cat and Mouse: Understanding the Security Industry’s Failure to Stop Cyberattackers

Posted by Mehul Patel on Aug 14, 2019

Have you ever watched a cat stalk its prey? First, it identifies a target and lies in wait, quietly, hidden from view, observing the behavior of its victim. Minutes can go by as it bides its time, just watching. The mouse or squirrel or bird continues to do its thing, seemingly oblivious to the fact that it’s being tracked.

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Tags: web browser isolation, Web Security, ZeroTrust, ZeroTrust Internet, Guide,, Internet Isolation

Can’t Trust Anyone

Posted by Evan Rittenhouse on Aug 13, 2019

It’s clear that traditional security architectures and philosophies don’t work anymore. In 2018, cybercrime generated $1.5 trillion in revenue for hackers, growing to $6 trillion by 2021. These statistics are even more alarming in light of the fact that organizations have more security tools in their stacks than ever before.

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Tags: trust, security breach, ZeroTrust, ZeroTrust Internet

How Isolation Mitigates The Zoom Vulnerability

Posted by Vinay Pidathala on Jul 10, 2019

If you have been following the news, you probably noticed that the Internet is abuzz about the latest vulnerability in Zoom. The attack was identified by Jonathan Leitschuh, a security researcher who has detailed the vulnerability and has provided a PoC to reproduce the attack in this blog post. I would highly recommend that everyone give it a read and take the necessary actions per your company policy.

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Tags: Web Security, ZeroTrust, ZeroTrust Internet

Menlo Security Secures $75 Million Funding Round to Deliver Zero Trust Internet

Posted by Amir Ben-Efraim on Jul 9, 2019

We are thrilled to announce we have secured $75 million in Series D funding led by JP Morgan Asset Management and other existing investors, including General Catalyst, Sutter Hill Ventures, Osage University Partners, American Express Ventures, HSBC, JP Morgan Chase and Engineering Capital. This round of funding comes almost two years after our Series C round of $40 million, bringing our total funding to approximately $160 million.

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Tags: funding, Web Security, ZeroTrust, ZeroTrust Internet

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