Talon Cyber Security introduces browser for mobile devices

As companies continue hybrid working, Talon Cyber Security has released its new browser to allow organisations to protect data and secure environments

Talon Cyber Security has introduced a version of its browser made specifically for mobile endpoints, dubbed TalonWork Mobile. 

Talon claims it is the first secure enterprise browser provider to support mobile as part of its device coverage. With TalonWork Mobile, customers can extend access and control to the mobile endpoints that are used to connect to corporate resources and data.

“For every CISO we are engaged with, secure access for mobile devices is top of mind, especially as organisations develop special-purpose applications to stay competitive and reduce costs. In today’s distributed environments, employees and third parties need to connect to the business while on the move. TalonWork Mobile delivers secure access for on-the-go workers in a native way and gives organisations deep security visibility and control, uniquely positioning us to address this widespread market need,” said Ohad Bobrov, co-founder and CTO, Talon Cyber Security.

Securing all endpoints

The browser allows customers to provide secure access to the applications that power their businesses, including core business, communication, and single-purpose applications. TalonWork also enables organisations to ensure proper security posture for all mobile devices in use across their environments, without the need for device enrollment.

TalonWork can enforce and restrict mobile access to corporate resources based on a device’s security posture and user credentials and organisations can benefit from visibility and control of browser and network activity on mobile devices, including audit trails for user actions within sensitive enterprise web applications.

“Unmanaged mobile devices represent one of the most troublesome problems in cybersecurity today,” said Jon Oltsik, Senior Principal Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group.  “Talon can help organisations tackle this challenge head on with its secure enterprise browser technology that facilitates secure access in a way that end-users are familiar with.”


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