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  • How to Spin Up a Robust BYOD Security Strategy for your Growing Remote Workforce

    By Marc Gaffan. October 21, 2020

    Before the pandemic, the trend of remote work had been slowly increasing. Most companies assumed employees would be working from the office most of the time. Similarly, some companies allowed employees limited remote access to the corporate systems from their personal devices (BYODs). Following the COVID-19 outbreak though – offices around the globe were forced […]

  • Introducing Isolated Workspace-as-a-Service: The New Way to Isolate Your Workspace

    By Yuki Arbel. September 17, 2020

    We’re  excited to introduce Isolated Workspace as-a-service, the new way to isolate your workspace that will change how users and organizations access corporate assets forever. With our isolated workspace solution, you can now browse the web, install software, or use USB devices and other hardware with no problem. IT no longer needs to compromise on […]

  • How WFH is Changing Endpoint Security

    By Mariel Sable. June 30, 2020

    COVID-19 has changed the way we operate in our daily lives, to say the least. Everything from school and shopping, to finances, family life, and work, were overturned seemingly overnight. As with many crises, most of the world began COVID-19 in a state of denial—”it’s not really happening; it won’t impact us.” This quickly moved […]

  • Plugging Remote Desktop Security Holes

    By Oleg Zlotnik. June 4, 2020

    These days, almost everyone who can work remotely is doing so. Many remote workers use their corporate laptops from home. Others use their personal devices to connect to a corporate VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure). And some leave their corporate devices at work and connect to them remotely from their personal devices, including phones and tablets. […]

  • What Attackers Think About Your Cybersecurity Isolation Strategy

    By Mariel Sable. May 21, 2020

    Isolation is something we’re becoming all too familiar with these days. However isolation is not a new concept, especially in the cybersecurity world. Security professionals have been using isolation techniques to keep viruses at bay for years. The strategies have evolved over time, and today include virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), app sandboxing, browser isolation, physical […]

  • Working from the Home Front Securely

    By Tal Zamir. March 12, 2020

    It is said that home is where the heart is, but with the coronavirus (COVID-19) forcing a large part of the workforce to work from home to help contain its spread, home could be where the headache is. Increasingly, companies are employing work-from-home policies, with travel restrictions, quarantining, “social distancing” and other isolation techniques becoming […]

  • Experts Honor Hysolate with Top Awards in Privileged Access Protection and Cybersecurity Innovation

    By Jessica Stanford. March 10, 2020

      Cyberattackers overwhelmingly target privileged users so they can get access to privileged accounts which provide access to the company crown jewels. And all too often, they’re successful – when Hysolate isn’t deployed on those users’ devices. Our platform makes it virtually impossible for hackers to reach sensitive resources.  Our customers know this all too […]

  • Announcing: Hysolate + CyberArk Integration to Protect Privileged Users from Cyber Threats

    By Yuki Arbel. March 4, 2020

    Hysolate is excited to announce a new technical integration with CyberArk, the global leader in Privileged Access Management. Our customers leverage Hysolate’s modern secure workstation software platform to run multiple isolated operating systems on a single device with a unified and seamless user experience. In speaking with our customers, I have found that many of […]

  • Is VDI Cost Effective vs Win10 Laptops?

    By Yan Aksenfeld. January 30, 2020

    Let’s stipulate up front that there are certain situations where Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) are viable and even a wise choice. That said, if you make the move to VDI with an expectation that the technology will save you money, it’s not going to end well. VDI costs can be significant and […]

  • Win10: 3 Perspectives on Endpoint Security Strategies

    By Tal Zamir. November 5, 2019

    Many businesses rely on corporate-owned Windows 10 devices for securing corporate endpoints. In an attempt to keep cyberattackers at bay, they may try to lock down Windows 10 with a variety of security features, such as Windows Defender (or a third-party EPP/EDR/NGAV solution), Credential Guard (to prevent pass-the-hash attacks), Device Guard (to enforce code signing […]

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