Why government and law enforcement choose Silo
Government and public safety professionals depend on the internet. They rely on it for mission support. They also need it to connect with their life back home from abroad or while working on a difficult schedule ("morale browsing"). With high stakes come high risks on the web. Government employees are high-value targets for sophisticated online attacks. Regular browsers leave them vulnerable. They also allow insiders to exfiltrate sensitive data via cloud apps. Silo eliminates such risks and attribution when government personnel uses the web.
More than 98% of external attacks on enterprises occur over the public internet. — Gartner
With Silo, this local attack vector is eliminated when team members access the web.
Secure web access
Regular browsers put the organization at risk each time employees go online, from the facility or from the road. Silo delivers "anywhere, anytime" web access, risk-free.
Long hours are the rule, not an exception for deployed military personnel and law enforcement professionals. Webmail, social media, family chats? Silo maximizes cybersecurity AND improves morale.
Anonymous online research
Silo provides on-demand, insulated browser for Internet research without revealing location or identity. Access websites from local IP addresses, spoof browsing platforms, and collect data while eliminating exploit risk.
Silo puts agencies back in control. It enables them to maximize oversight, security and compliance, improve productivity, and streamline network operations when government employees go online.
Government and law enforcement use the web for mission-related activities, operations and logistics, and for morale and personal browsing. Current practices to regulate web access and ensure security have become untenable. Silo puts agencies back in control. It enables them to maximize oversight, security and compliance, improve productivity, and streamline network operations when government employees go online.