Enterprise Browsers Promise Enhanced Security, Productivity | In the News

In early February, startup Island unveiled a new type of web browser – a software product that promises to help enterprises prevent employees from accessing potentially dangerous content. The company’s new Chromium-based enterprise browser, also named Island, is designed to address enterprise security requirements by embedding core protection needs directly within the browser itself.

Kumar Avijit, Practice Director at Everest Group, notes that an enterprise browser can help reduce third-party risks: “In regular browsers, such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, there are a lot of third-party plugins/add-ons that can be downloaded from stores,” he says.

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