From an organization's point of view, browsers are an integral part of their continued operation. Most business applications are now hosted online, with browsers being the tool used to access them. From an end user's point of view, cloud apps such as these are just one of the many apps browsers are used for; but organizations should limit employee access to only sites that host trusted business applications.
Untrusted sites could be malicious or eat into employee productivity. The best way to distance users from malicious sites is to employ browser isolation, which means creating a list of trusted sites and only allowing users' browsers to access the sites on that list.
Note: Browser Isolation is specific to Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer.
As an IT administrator, it's up to you to take precautions to ensure users don't accidentally land on malicious sites. To do this, you need a tool that can help you perform browser isolation automatically.
To secure your browsers and mitigate web-based threats now, download a free, 30-day trial of Browser Security Plus and try out these features for yourself.