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Two minutes on: Isolation technology


Today, knowledge workers spend an average of 75 percent of their working day in a web browser. That’s why roughly 90 percent of web-based threats come through the browser. It’s where work and productivity happen, and naturally, that’s where threat actors will focus their efforts to compromise organizations.

When you think about isolation technology at its most foundational level, it’s about protecting users in a secure bubble operating within a web browser. By always wrapping that isolation layer around user activity, security teams can ensure security is always on. But that’s only one part of the equation. It’s also crucial that users have a seamless experience using the web browser. 

In less than two minutes, Menlo Security Cybersecurity Strategist, Neko Papez, breaks down isolation technology and how it’s a key ingredient to preventing the surge of Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT) in the video below.

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