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About Browser Isolation

You can use browser isolation, which is also known as Remote Browser Isolation (RBI), to ensure web access is secure for users of your organization.

When a user sends a request to access a website with browser isolation enabled, the original content of that website is not sent in response to the user's browser, but to a browser on a remote server.

From there, a real-time, interactive image of this content is transferred to the user's browser. This ensures the user's browser and system are protected against threats arising from the original content, for example, against infections by viruses and other malware inhering in this content.

For more information, see About Configuring Remote Browser Isolation and the Remote Browser Isolation (RBI) section on this portal.


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