Using Silo as a Remote Browser

A remote browser like Silo uses web isolation to keep web-borne threats like malware and ransomware off a 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 and Mozilla Firefox allow web code to execute on a user's local machine, leaving them vulnerable to cyber risks. Using a remote browser creates a virtual environment to reduce the risk of a cyber attack while web browsing.

Silo uses browser isolation technology and runs in a virtual machine on Authentic8's servers. During web browsing activity with Silo, users interact only with a display of the remote browsing session, so no code from the web is processed on their end device.

53%

Less time spent responding to security incidents.

46%

Less time spent on log analysis and reporting.

34%

Less time spent managing exception requests.

30%

Or greater reduction in bandwidth consumption.

Once Silo Cloud Browser is deployed as a remote browser, customers experience:

Silo: Remote Browser Isolation

Discover how easy it is to use Silo Cloud Browser as your remote browser and reduce your risks today.

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