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Quarri Technologies Launches New ‘Armored Browser’

Quarri Technologies, a developer of secure Web browsing software, today launched its new Armored Browser, a multifunctional browser designed to protect enterprise endpoints from malware attacks.

Quarri Technologies, a developer of secure Web browsing software, today launched its new Armored Browser, a multifunctional browser designed to protect enterprise endpoints from malware attacks.

Quarri’s latest Armored Browser blocks malware from infecting endpoints by leveraging the company’s Perimeter Shield technology, which isolates browser sessions and protects information from endpoints which have already been compromised by malware.

Furthermore, Quarri’s Data Safe technology enables users to “isolate and control digital forms of replication of the browser delivered information”, including support for mobile devices, the company said.

“A frequent issue for companies is restricting access to social networking sites due to the risks of malware or employees uploading data into sites that they should not,” the Austin, Texas-based company explained.

Quarri’s Armored Browser is designed to allow employees to browse securely across all sites with a reduced level of risk.

“With Quarri’s Armored Browser, Quarri has delivered technology that is more robust than traditional anti-virus solutions and is helping enterprises meet the evolving threat landscape,” said Bill Morrow, CEO and executive chairman, Quarri Technologies. “We look forward to enabling companies to enforce secure browser sessions to keep their corporate infrastructure free of malware.”

“Signature based anti-malware products are becoming less effective because of the thousands of new malware exploits that appear every day,” said Andy Kellett, principal analyst at Ovum.

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More information on Quarri’s Armored Browser is avaialble here

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For more than 10 years, Mike Lennon has been closely monitoring the threat landscape and analyzing trends in the National Security and enterprise cybersecurity space. In his role at SecurityWeek, he oversees the editorial direction of the publication and is the Director of several leading security industry conferences around the world.

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