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February 20, 2024 |

Menlo Security Unveils the First Cloud-delivered Enterprise Browser Solution

The New Menlo Security Enterprise Browser Solution Extends Beyond the Cloud and Protects Any Browser on Any Device.

New capabilities support easy browser policy management, protect users from phishing attacks and evasive malware, and enable safe and simple hybrid work and zero-trust access.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – Menlo Security, the pioneer of browser security, today announced the industry’s first cloud-delivered Enterprise Browser solution. Building on trusted and proven elements of the Menlo Secure Cloud Browser, the SaaS solution delivers a comprehensive approach to enterprise browser security, protecting users where they work and securing applications from Internet-borne attacks. Menlo has dramatically enhanced cloud-delivered browser security with new capabilities that ensure safety without requiring users to give up the browser they love.

The Menlo Security Enterprise Browser solution is powered by the Secure Cloud Browser, which protects millions of enterprise users globally. The solution is deployed today, delivering end-to-end visibility and dynamic policy enforcement directly inside browser sessions and blocking zero-hour phishing, malware, and ransomware attacks. By combining the benefits of Menlo Secure Cloud Browser and the new capabilities, the Menlo Enterprise Browser solution provides unparalleled protection against even the most advanced and evasive threats, no matter what browser users choose.

The Menlo Enterprise Browser solution includes dramatic new capabilities for:

● Managing local browser security policies within Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge

● Protecting users with the Menlo Secure Cloud Browser.

● Securing access to applications and protecting associated data down to the last mile

The new capabilities are available now within the Menlo Secure Cloud Browser SaaS:

Menlo Security Browser Posture Manager provides easy browser configuration assessment and instant attack surface analysis. Most enterprises neglect browser policy management: there are thousands of settings and updates every two to four weeks. During 2023, 175 CVEs classified as high or critical were issued and over 125 new features were added to Chromium, the open-source web browser project that underpins over ninety-five percent of browsers. The work required to track configuration settings and feature additions and the lack of automated tooling has left a significant security gap within these enterprises. Menlo Browser Posture Manager automates the process and enables administrators to define policies for browsers and deploy them instantly. Menlo Security Posture Manager works with Microsoft InTune to set browser policies and enables compliance with CIS Benchmarks for browsers.

Menlo Browser Extension and Menlo Security Client extends effortless zero-trust access to more users, devices, and applications. The Menlo Browser Extension supports unmanaged devices and adds a self-service deployment option. The Menlo Security Client enables cloud-based access to legacy applications, going beyond web applications for users that need support for SSH and RDP.

Menlo Security Last-Mile Data Protection goes beyond traditional DLP technology, applying protection in the cloud that extends copy-paste control, user-input limits, watermarking and data masking to the endpoint. Last-mile DLP protects against releasing unprotected information to the local browser endpoints and stops it from being leaked into web applications such as ChatGPT.

“Every enterprise needs a solution that enables secure browsing – many employees spend 75% of their work day in a browser,” said Amir Ben-Efraim, CEO and co-founder, Menlo Security, “Traditional security approaches have had their chance. These markets have been developing for 25 years. In the network, we have this byzantine labyrinth of controls, and the endpoint is evermore hotly contested ground. We have delivered the industry’s first cloud-delivered secure enterprise browser solution. It transforms any browser into a secure enterprise browser, adding the local browser into a layered security architecture by managing it with a curated security policy and creating a digital twin of the browser in the cloud.”

Menlo Security is already trusted by major global businesses and is the largest provider of browser security to the U.S. Federal Government, including the Department of Defense. Enterprises large and small benefit from risk reductions that enable more efficient work, and they can keep the browser their users love to use by deploying with a browser extension, by adopting an optional client for legacy client-server applications, and by using the Menlo Secure Cloud Browser, too. The Menlo Secure Cloud Browser enables hybrid workers, contractors, and BYOD workers to do business.

“The innovations from Menlo Security enable safe hybrid work and make zero-trust access easy, even on unmanaged desktops and devices,” said Greg Pastor, Director Information Security at Remedi SeniorCare Pharmacy. “We can protect users even when we don’t control their device. We don’t force them to use a new browser. And we worry less, because the local browser is no longer an open-door to our business. We feel assured that risk to users and applications and data is reduced because we have an enterprise browsing solution that starts with security and also increases productivity. Menlo’s new capabilities increase safety without adding complexity, and we have stopped worrying so much about local-browser weaknesses or duplicating costs with a replacement browser.”

The Menlo Enterprise Browser solution enables a simple to adopt and unified zero-trust access model that works with enterprise-managed systems and unmanaged devices, too. Menlo enables governance over privileged access while moving past legacy approaches, such as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and remote-access VPNs.

In stark contrast to legacy VDI systems, the Menlo Security solution delivers modern secure remote access for unmanaged users and devices. It supports safe browsing, web filtering, isolated cloud browsing, exploit protection, and zero-trust access without frustrating end users and is significantly more cost effective than VDI, network infrastructure-based, or replacement browser approaches.

The Menlo Secure Cloud Browser enables the workspace of tomorrow. The Secure Cloud Browser delivers browser security to desktops and mobile work, protecting users, applications, and data. The Menlo Enterprise Browser solution brings the security and protection of enterprise browsers to every workspace, and the enhancements are available now.

To learn more about how Menlo Security protects users against zero-hour phishing attacks and evasive ransomware droppers or to see how you can simplify zero-trust access, replace outdated VDI deployments, or enable hybrid workforces to adopt new tools, such as Gen AI services, go to today.

About Menlo Security

Menlo Security protects organizations from cyber threats that attack enterprise browsers. Menlo Security’s patented Cloud-Browser Security Platform scales to provide comprehensive protection across enterprises of any size, without requiring endpoint software or impacting the end user-experience. Menlo Security is trusted by major global businesses, including Fortune 500 companies, eight of the ten largest global financial services institutions, and large governmental institutions. The company is backed by Vista Equity Partners, Neuberger Berman, General Catalyst, American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures, HSBC, and JPMorgan Chase. Menlo Security is headquartered in Mountain View, California. For more information, please visit

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