Securing the Workforce With an Enterprise BrowserIsland's Bradon Rogers on Protecting the Modern Workforce and Future Trends
Organizations are facing "a myriad of challenges" as they move their resources to the cloud and increasingly rely on third parties, said Island Chief Customer Officer Bradon Rogers. Part of the problem, he said, is that consumer browsers were "never built for living in the enterprise."
"The enterprise browser is a perfect answer for a lot of these challenges right now," he said. But enterprises need to ensure that they "insert security by design into the infrastructure and the browser itself" in order to "reduce the architectural complexity and make the users more satisfied in the process."
In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Rogers discussed:
- The impact of the hybrid work model on consumer browser security;
- Why now is the right time for an enterprise browser;
- How to balance a secure enterprise browser with a frictionless user experience.
Rogers leads Island's customer relationships and focuses on assuring technical field excellence and customer satisfaction as Island builds its market. He has more than 20 years of experience in the cybersecurity industry and previously served on the executive team at Mimecast, where he led global sales engineering.