New browser-based enterprise endpoint is designed for hybrid working

Endpoint protection

A browser-based endpoint solution created to address the unique threats imposed by the hybrid workforce and designed with employee experience in mind is being launched today by Talon Cyber Security.

TalonWork can be deployed across the organization in less than an hour, allowing security leaders to make the browser their first line of defense with minimum complexity, cost and without additional hardware.

It allows organizations to better secure and control access to sensitive data and resources, accelerates onboarding in multiple work scenarios and enables rapid and efficient endpoint disaster recovery.


Talon's multi-layered approach also provides enterprise-grade security regardless of the endpoint, resilience against malware on the device, browser hardening against zero-day exploits and data leakage prevention mechanisms integrated in the browser.

The company has announced investment from some top cyber security global leaders: George Kurtz, CEO of CrowdStrike, John Thompson, until recently Microsoft's chairman and former CEO of Symantec, and Mark Anderson, CEO of Alteryx and previously the president of Palo Alto Networks.

"To enable this instant shift to distributed workforce, many organizations were forced to quickly patch security gaps using their current IT stack. Talon offers a new and first to market approach and a strategic alternative that is practical and more sustainable," says Ofer Ben Noon, Talon's co-founder and CEO. "We are honored to have the leaders who shaped the face of cybersecurity on board with us, sharing our vision and mission."

You can find out more on the Talon site.

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