Protect your internet users from unsecure internet access.
Secure Web Gateway (SWG) Business Use Cases:
- Secure Direct-to-Internet Access for Remote Workers
- Protect Against Malware and Cyber Threats
- Enforce Acceptable Use Policies (AUP)
- Control Shadow IT
- Prevent Unwanted Data Exposure
- Monitor Cloud and Web Risks
Made in America, Netskope provides security applications through cloud-native solutions to companies needing security protection.
Zscaler is a global leader in transforming organizational infrustructure into a cloud and mobile-first network. They provide enhanced, cloud-based solutions to users, networks and devices throughout more than 185 countries.
Forcepoint, is an American multinational corporation software company headquartered in Austin, Texas, that develops computer security software and data protection, cloud access security broker, firewall and cross-domain solutions. Forcepoint was founded in 1994 as an information technology reseller called NetPartners.
Forcepoint is the leading user and data security cybersecurity company, entrusted to safeguard organizations while driving digital transformation and growth. Our solutions adapt in real-time to how people interact with data, providing secure access while enabling employees to create value.
Introducing the fastest, safest, and most reliable internet secure web gateway for your company. With dope.swg, internet security checks are performed at your machine, bypassing datacenters which results in faster, safer, and more reliable performance. The typical use-case is to prevent access to harmful websites and programs by blocking them in a company-defined policy. However, with legacy SWGs this means sending your information to a third-party datacenter before you visit a website, creating a degraded internet experience. When you install dope.swg, there is no waiting — the controls take place on your machine. There are no stopovers datacenters. It’s fully customizable: you decide where users can go with integrated anti-malware, cloud app controls, and user-based policies.