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Why Cloud-based Secure Web Gateways are becoming so darn popular

Web security is back on the IT Security agenda in a big way. With breaches caused by web usage at an all-time high security professionals are realizing that relying solely on endpoint security to protect their users is downright negligent.

This presentation explores why with this reappraisal is happening and why so many companies are opting for SaaS cloud-based Secure Web Gateway solutions. It also looks at how Webroot, using its BrightCloud Threat Intelligence platform, have completely updated their existing cloud-based web security service to provide a new logical first line of security defense for web users.

1.Why web security should be the primary user security defense layer?
2.The advantages of cloud-based web security over traditional on-premise solutions.
3.The benefits your organization will see as a result of cloud-based web security.
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