ZDNet, "If the browser is the new client, is Spikes AirGap the new security?"

February, 06, 2014 Jonathan

In a recent article on ZDNet, Dan Kusnetzky asks "If the browser is the new client, is Spikes AirGap the new security?"

Kusnetzky is a member of the Kusnetzky Group, a research firm focusing on virtualization and cloud computing infrastructure.

His take on the Spikes approach to web security?

Dan Kusnetzky sees in Spikes Security an "innovative approach" to the increasing threats to Web security and their impact on businesses.

"Spikes Security has developed what appears to be a truly different, innovative approach to Web security. By positioning its AirGap software outside the firewall to isolate potentially malicious traffic and transform content from an active to a display format, it has found a way to block intruders from getting inside corporate networks."

In order for businesses to stop browser-borne malware attacks from impacting their operations, the industry must shift the focus from detection to isolation. Learn more about this concept by reading this ZDnet article, where Dan Kusnetzky clearly agreed with the value of the AirGap solution.

Jonathan, Software Engineer, Spikes Security

Tags: ZDNet, AirGap

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