Protect Endpoint Devices from Web Browser-Based Malware Attacks

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Matthias Haas, Chief Technology Officer, IGEL and Nick Kael, Chief Technology Officer, Ericom

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According to Ponemon Institute, 68% of organizations were victims of successful endpoint attacks in 2019, and 80% of the successful breaches were from zero-day exploits. The resulting cost per endpoint breach is now as much as $9 million, compared to $2 million in 2018. To help combat these attacks, IGEL and Ericom are delivering a combined solution that gives organizations best-in-class endpoint management and device security with innovative protection against malicious web attacks and e-mail phishing campaigns. IGEL OS now offers support for Ericom Shield Remote Browser Isolation (RBI), enabling secure endpoint protection from browser-borne malware without limiting users from accessing business-critical websites. Learn about this combined solution that gives organizations best-in-class endpoint management and device security with innovative protection against malicious web attacks and e-mail phishing campaigns. This platform-independent solution runs on any compatible 64-bit x86 device including desktop PCs, laptops, tablets, and thin clients.

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IGEL Technology is an international software company best known for their "Next generation edge operating system" which is purpose-built for secure access to cloud workspaces such as Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and/or Desktop as a Service. Traditionally and historically known as a manufacturer of hardware “thin clients”, IGEL has transformed its business by focusing on its software solutions which allow organizations to deploy and manage IGEL’s Linux based operating system as an alternative to Windows on the endpoint. Coupled with a scalable and easy to use management platform, organizations can deploy IGEL OS allowing simple, secure access to cloud workspaces.