Use zero trust internet access to protect users, secure data, and prevent network breaches

Increasingly sophisticated adversaries are targeting your users’ web and email activity to penetrate networks — using zero-day malware that traditional web filtering tools aren’t equipped to address. Cradlepoint’s isolation technology prevents zero-day attacks on devices and networks that other web security products cannot. The same core technology also protects your corporate applications and data from one of the biggest risks they face: unmanaged device access.

Protect against zero-day attacks

Stop zero-day web and email malware

Remote browser isolation (RBI) confines risky websites inside remote cloud containers. Websites launched from URLs in phishing emails are presented in “read-only” mode, blocking users from entering their IDs and passwords, which prevents credential theft.

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Prevent data loss when using generative AI websites

Generative AI Isolation enables users to interact with GenAI websites within an air-gapped cloud container where robust data loss protection, data sharing, and access policy controls can be enforced, yet user interactions seem completely standard. Sensitive, corporate information can’t flow into GenAI platforms and other apps that feed large language models, mitigating risk of exposure and data loss.

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Provide secure clientless access for unmanaged devices

Web Application Isolation is a clientless solution that simplifies connecting unmanaged devices to web/cloud apps while preventing malware and protecting data. Give contractors and employees with unmanaged devices the access they need to corporate apps while maintaining the utmost control.

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Prevent malware exposure in virtual web meetings

Virtual Meeting Isolation is a clientless solution that preserves all virtual web meeting functionality while providing IT teams the data sharing controls needed to prevent malware and inadvertent data loss/exposure by legitimate users of virtual meeting web apps such as Zoom, Teams, and Google Meet. Unknown users can also be blocked by requiring a verified IP address.

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