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Part I - Keynote 3
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James Locus III

Product Marketing Manager &


Menlo Security

Zero Trust Principles with Internet Isolation

The concept of Zero Trust holds that no actor, whether inside or outside the network, should be trusted to access information by default. The industry has responded by building stronger locks to manage access more securely.


Internet Isolation extends the idea of Zero Trust by assuming that all web traffic should not be inherently trusted. Using remote browsers, Internet Isolation protects end-users against phishing and malware attacks across the entire digital workforce.


The benefits of isolation increase at scale. Workforces with a higher proportion of isolated devices reduce the attack surface available to bad actors for compromise via web and email.


Forward-leaning security professionals should consider Internet Isolation vital to achieving the goals of Zero Trust.

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