The browser is the new frontline defence for endpoint security
The browser is no longer just a means of accessing the Internet. It is vital to enterprise productivity and security. This paper dives into the features of Chrome that you can leverage in your enterprise to improve your organisation's security posture.
Protect company data and users while making sure that employees can work without interruption.
Safe Browsing enables warnings to appear automatically when users attempt to navigate to dangerous sites or download malicious files.
Automatic updates run in the background every six weeks or sooner to keep browsers current with the latest security patches.
Sandboxing prevents malicious web pages from installing malware, while site isolation puts pages from websites into different processes, stopping malicious sites from stealing data from other sites.
Password Alert warns users to change their corporate password if they have reused it on a non-corporate site.
Policies that you can customise for your organisation
Easy-to-control policies help IT meet security and compliance needs and maintain user productivity.
Enforce policies by permission or runtime across a wide range of criteria to control what can be accessed by users. Allow or block extensions based on policy.
Manage privacy modes and policies centrally to ensure secure and private browsing experiences for guest or public devices.
Legacy Browser Support limits the time that users spend in their legacy browser by redirecting to the alternative browser only for configured apps.
Advanced threat and data protection
Meet BeyondCorp Enterprise, Google’s new zero trust offering that provides simple and secure access to business-critical applications and services, with threat and data protection delivered through Chrome. Get a closer look at BeyondCorp Enterprise within Chrome in our technical paper. Benefits include:
Safeguarding against phishing and malware
Protecting sensitive data
Configuring security and compliance controls easily
Getting visibility and insights into potential online threats