There’s no silver bullet when it comes to endpoint security. No matter how many security tools enterprises layer on, or how locked-down user devices are meant to be, determined cybercriminals can still ferret through the cracks. That’s why the best cybersecurity approach is to acknowledge that hackers will get through and to employ isolation solutions that limit your exposure and mitigate damage.
In recent years, four isolation approaches have emerged as most promising: browser isolation, app sandboxing, physical air gap and virtual air gap. The best way to evaluate them for your needs is to view them from the user's perspective, the IT admin's perspective and, importantly, the attacker's perspective. So here we go…
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