Step By Step Guide to Secure your Browsing
Cyber criminals are always waiting for a chance to find a victim in an employee who will unknowingly while surfing the web, open the doors to doom. Experts say that web browsers are one of the most preferred routes used by hackers to invade corporate networks and usurp a lot of confidential intelligence. Over the years significant efforts have been made to increase browser security, but hackers are still awaiting their prospect to inject harmful viruses and malware into the enterprise network. The RSA conference in San Francisco deeply discussed the topic of cyber security during the course of which HP announced that it will provide users with the most secure PCs ever developed in the industry. HP Sure-Click is a feature that creates Micro VMs or Micro Virtual Machines around each IE or Chrome tab that is opened by employees on the internet. It will operate as a virtual bubble that will function in isolation from the network. If a malware is sent to attack the browsing session, it will simply be purged the moment the session is closed.
Sure-Click, being released this spring. is especially compatible with the HP EliteBook x360 1030 G2, and will be available as a web download for these convertible business PCs. It turned a lot of heads when it was displayed earlier this year at the CES. Creating security for endpoint business devices is still a significant challenge. HP has responded to this hazard by releasing a range of tools to secure devices, data and user identities on PCs. The frequently attacked basic BIOS code was fortified by the HP Sure Start Gen3 technology. An integrated privacy screen called the HP Sure View is also introduced making browsing snoop-proof.