"Seraphic provides an easy and light solution, with top detection and prevention capabilities to all threats coming from the web."
"A truly unique solution to a really painful problem"
"This is the most effective and innovative solution I’ve seen for browser protection, as it combines both detection and prevention for the most sophisticated threats."
Seraphic offers a lightweight browser agent that is distributed easily and seamlessly, protecting your employees’ browser against exploits (including zero-days), social engineering attacks (including spear phishing), and web application vulnerabilities (such as CSRF/XSS) exploitation and other web-based attacks, while providing your security team with unique runtime telemetry and enabling advanced governance and policy enforcement capabilities.
Your level of security is defined by the weakest spot in your organizational multi-layer defense. Seraphic is turning the browser from the weakest point to the strongest point in your organizational security chain
Existing solutions attempt to monitor and audit your browser from the OS, or by using a proxy, or an extension. Seraphic is the only solution operating inside the browser with full visibility of all events in the browser.
Most other solutions take the user away from their native application to an isolated or dedicated browser for the sake of security. Seraphic, however, secures the browser that you use (any browser, any version) in a way that is completely seamless to the end user.
Seraphic technology enables highly efficient phishing detection and prevention by analyzing runtime telemetry while being independent of any other 3rd-party feed.
This report documents analyst firm ESG’s technical validation of Seraphic for preventing cybersecurity attacks through the web browser, enforcing company policy, and maintaining compliance without affecting the end-user experience. By reading this report, you’ll learn… About web browser risk and why social engineering attacks are one of the biggest contributing factors to security events. The […]
Google, working with a variety of external security researchers, announced today that they have patched 11 security issues in their latest Stable Channel Update for Desktop (Chrome supports a number of different release channels to slowly roll out updates to users. Most users are on the “Stable Channel” and it’s updated every 2-3 weeks for […]