Talon’s Secure Enterprise Browser Simplifies and Improves Endpoint Security for Modern Enterprises
Talon Cyber Security announced it was recognized in the December 2022 Gartner Hype Cycle for Endpoint Security.
“Gartner Hype Cycles provide a graphic representation of the maturity and adoption of technologies and applications, and how they are potentially relevant to solving real business problems and exploiting new opportunities.” The Hype Cycle for Endpoint Security “illustrates the most relevant innovations in the endpoint security space for security leaders to adopt and put in place.”
Another core goal of the Endpoint Security Hype Cycle is to “track the innovations that aid security leaders in protecting their enterprise from attacks and breaches.” According to Gartner, “with the transition from remote to hybrid work, secure remote access continues to be a priority. Devices not company-owned still drive desktop as a service and secure enterprise browser adoption for increased control and security posture.”
“It is an honor to be recognized in the Gartner Hype Cycle for Endpoint Security,” said Ofer Ben-Noon, co-founder and CEO, Talon Cyber Security. “Enterprises are grappling with many problems trying to secure complex, distributed environments, due to today’s world of SaaS applications, hybrid work, and the use of third-party workers. All workers need to connect to business applications and data from both managed and unmanaged endpoints, and with Talon’s secure enterprise browser, organizations can extend their security posture to all devices, regardless of location, type, or operating system.”
Talon’s secure enterprise browser simplifies and improves security by allowing secure access to corporate applications and data on any device, managed or unmanaged. With Talon, security teams benefit from deep visibility into browser and application activity, as well as native security features like authentication, data loss prevention and Zero Trust controls. Based on Chromium, Talon’s secure enterprise browser delivers up to 80% TCO savings compared to alternative solutions, like Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), without compromising end-user privacy, and while delivering superior user experiences.