The web threats landscape is constantly evolving, with new threats emerging all the time, some of the most common and dangerous web threats are: Phishing, Malware, Ransomware, Man-in-the-middle attacks, and Denial of Services.
According to Verizon's 2023 Data Breach Investigation, phishing attacks were involved in 93% of social engineering breaches. Phishing attacks were the most common attack vector used in data breaches and lastly spear phishing was the most successful type of phishing attack, accounting for 91% of successful data breaches.
To protect your organization and users from the ever-changing web threat landscape, it is essential to adopt a zero-trust approach to web access. But what does this mean?
Forcepoint Remote Browser Isolation (RBI) can help you achieve a zero-trust approach to web access by isolating web browsing from the endpoint and securing users and organizations. Here are some of the benefits of using RBI:
- Improved security: RBI protects users from malware, phishing, and other web-based threats by isolating web browsing from the endpoint. This means that even if a user clicks on a malicious link or downloads a malicious file, the malware cannot execute on the user's device.
- Reduced risk: RBI can help organizations to reduce their risk of data breaches and other security incidents. By isolating web browsing from the endpoint, RBI prevents malware from accessing sensitive data or exfiltrating it from the organization's network.
- Improved user experience: RBI is a transparent solution that does not impact the user experience. Users can browse the web as usual, without any noticeable difference.
- Zero Trust File Hygiene: RBI can sanitize downloads and uploads to ensure that images and other file types are free of hidden malware. This helps to protect organizations from malware that may be embedded in seemingly harmless files.
This video demo shows how RBI technology works:
Forcepoint RBI is a powerful security solution that can help organizations of all sizes protect their users, data, and reduce risk from web-based threats.