Free Secure Browser for Victims of the OPM Data Breach
Were you notified that your data was leaked in the OPM breaches of 2015? If so, you qualify for a free one-year subscription of Silo, the secure remote browser.
Prevent further damage when you access the web. Protect yourself against ALL web-borne attacks with Silo.
If you are a federal employee or contractor or have applied for a federal job in the past couple of decades, it is prudent to assume that your data was leaked.
Silo, the remote browser that protects federal employees
Did you know? More than 80 % of data breaches are browser-related.
That's why 50+ federal agencies now use Silo, the secure remote browser, to protect their data and their employees when they access the web.
Silo's browser isolation in the cloud keeps you safe online and makes it easy to manage credentials for your important web apps to get the job done.
Try the most secure browser available.
What happens on the web, should stay on the web. Silo prevents hackers and malware from following you home. Enjoy insulation from ALL web-borne threats. Sign up for your free acount here:
How does remote browsing with Silo work?
Browsers attract malware and hack attacks. Federal employees and contractors are most vulnerable when they access the web. Pin-pointed attacks in the aftermath of the OPM breach are possible. Silo protects your anonymity online. All web content is processed offsite in the cloud. No malicious web code can touch the local computer.
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“Because web browsers are used most frequently, it is vital to ensure they are secure. One way to do it is to move browser from end user’s device to the cloud.”
“Information security architects should evaluate and pilot a remote browser solution in 2017 as one of the single most significant ways an enterprise can reduce the ability of web-based attacks on users to cause damage.”
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