An IT Manager’s Guide

Browser Isolation vs OS Isolation

Browser isolation is a popular approach for organizations looking to protect their endpoints from browser based attacks. However, it has its trade-offs, including cost and UX.

A new approach is OS isolation, which addresses many of browser isolation's most common issues.

This new guide breaks down the key differences between the two approaches.

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