Once Silo for Safe Access is used during a browsing session, user experience generates:
Less time spent responding to security incidents.
Less time spent on log analysis and reporting.
Less time spent managing exception requests.
Or greater reduction in bandwidth consumption.
Silo for Safe Access as a Browser Isolation Platform
By using browser isolation technology, the internet user sees a remote browsing session, which is an encrypted, interactive display of the web. The browsing sessions sends a secure rendering of the web browsing activity to users' browsers to reduce high-risk malicious content from reaching the user's device.
According to Gartner, more than 90% of external attacks on enterprises occur over the public internet. "Free" local browsers like Google Chrome allow web code to execute on a user's local machine, leaving them vulnerable to cyber risks. Using browser isolation creates a virtual environment to reduce the risk of a cyber attack while web browsing.
The remote browser isolation technology, Silo for Safe Access, runs on our virtual machines, so data is never shared with the web before, during, or after browsing activity. Browser isolation technology is a fundamental reassessment secure web browsers.