With the new trend of remote or home working, there is increasing need for employers to manage and control how their staff browse the Internet.
Along with deploying policies to prevent access to certain categories of websites, it is also important to prevent access to websites that do not pass security checks or are trying to spoof domain names.
When a user enters text into a browser address bar, DNS servers take that input and translate it into the unique internet protocol (IP) addresses that let the browser open the desired site. But DNS protocols were never designed with security in mind and are highly vulnerable to cyberattacks.
By deploying your users’ web traffic using Web Browsing Security, you can stop the majority of threats at the network’s edge—before they ever hit the company network or devices.
All in all, deploying Web Browsing Security saves you the inevitable lost time, reputation and money that would be suffered from outages and malicious cyber-attacks.