The browser is the main enterprise workspace. It’s where most of your employees spend the majority of their time. LayerX monitors and governs all browsing activity, providing the highest level of security to enterprise data and resources. We created LayerX so enterprises can regain control over their resources while still leveraging all the production potential the web offers.
The steep rise in the browser’s role in the modern enterprise calls for a re-evaluation of the entire security architecture.
As the main workspace, all the risks that apply to it one way or the other must be addressed in a unified manner. Moreover, in today’s perimeter-less hybrid work environment, many enterprise resources are either partially or completely out of the IT and Security teams’ direct control. As opposed to that, the browser, through which the workforce accesses these resources, and more specifically the browsing activity itself, can be fully monitored and governed.
Thus, founding a comprehensive protection solution for the browser introduces the opportunity to regain lost control over enterprise resources and leverage all the production potential the web offers, while maintaining the highest level of security to the enterprise data and resources.
In that manner, a single platform can remove both the security and management concerns that bar the way of full cloud migration, enabling enterprises to become truly cloud-first.
To make our vision real, LayerX pioneers a user-first browser security platform that is purpose-built to provide real-time, high-resolution visibility and governance on user activities in all existing browsers, protecting against browser-related risks to enterprise data, applications and devices.
The ability to identify user’s browser actions at the highest level of granularity enables the platform to single out and mitigate only activities that introduce risk. In that manner, the security team can enforce secure usage with near-zero impact on the user experience.
Being user-driven, the platform’s protection is implemented at the browser’s user profile\identity level, providing its full set of capabilities from anywhere users access the web, regardless of if their device is managed or not. The granular visibility into user actions applies not only to prevent the risk of data compromise or leakage but also fundamentally changes the enterprise attack surface management, by enabling IT and security teams to easily grant secure, least-privileged access and a Zero-Trust approach through the access policies of the browser itself.