Cyberinc, a pioneer in isolation-based cybersecurity solutions, announced version 5 of its flagship Isla Isolation Platform. The newest version features the introduction of virtual appliances, making Isla one of the first browser isolation solutions to support flexible deployment models including on-premise or cloud, as well as physical or virtual deployments. Additionally, Isla version 5 offers greater ease of use and scalability and further simplifies deployment to deliver a seamless end-user experience.

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Cyberinc’s Isla Isolation Platform neutralizes threats through browser isolation, a powerful technology that prevents breaches from occurring before they strike while also helping unburden IT and security teams while improving their efficiency and productivity. Isla is unique in its ability to quickly create a Zero Trust environment by securing all code, media objects, and scripts in a remote virtual browser, and transforming it into a stream of harmless pixels that are then rendered to each end device. Isla thereby proactively eliminates nearly all infections and compromises.

The newest version of Isla delivers seamless scalability and availability and enables organizations to effortlessly elevate their protection against heightened threat levels in ransomware, phishing, credential theft, malvertising and other types of attacks. With support for multiple browsers and operating systems, Isla ensures the simplicity of enterprise deployments while requiring no changes to user behavior.

“The internet plays a key role in just about everything businesses do, but it also presents the biggest security risk,” said Rajiv Raghunarayan, Senior Vice President, Products & Marketing for Cyberinc. “Staying ahead of bad actors in the cat-and-mouse game of cybersecurity is increasingly challenging given the strain on resources and complexities of layered detection-based approaches. Browser isolation changes the game for organizations, eliminating a vast number of threats before they enter the network. With the new enhancements introduced, we’re enabling businesses of all sizes to adopt Isla in a flexible fashion – on-premise or cloud, physical or virtual – depending on their organizational needs. And we do this while ensuring simplicity of deployment and ease of use.”

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Isla Version 5: Taking Browser Isolation to the Next Level

The new virtual appliance option found in Isla version 5 enables companies to leverage their existing infrastructure to gain the same benefits provided by Cyberinc’s on-prem hardware and cloud-based offerings. Companies have maximum freedom and flexibility to deploy the platform in the public or private cloud, at the edge, or as a hybrid solution to best fit their unique IT environment. Additionally, native cloud support means security teams can protect users no matter where they are, with a next-generation architecture to enable elastic scaling, load balancing, high availability, and deployment simplicity.