As a group of unrelenting cybersecurity experts, Menlo Security pioneered an entirely reimagined, impervious approach to security. One that’s built on Zero Trust principles and that leverages isolation as a core architectural pillar. It’s the only way to truly eliminate malware, secure work, and protect productivity—the stuff that matters most to the public sector clients we work with and their end users.
As migration to the cloud quickens and application workloads move to SaaS, security is being rearchitected to meet a new set of challenges. Menlo Security is at the forefront of this shift. We believe security should prevent, not react; organizations shouldn’t have to sacrifice productivity for security and perfect security is possible.
Fueling our unique approach to security, the Elastic Isolation Core™ protects against known and unknown threats, and isolates them before they get to users. Zero Trust isolation technology provides 100% protection with no need for special software or plug-ins, so users experience no impact on performance or interruption in workflow.
For the US Federal Government, Menlo Security provides proven, scalable Zero Trust security for federal agencies because successful cyberattacks erode credibility—and trust—in government. Our Zero Trust approach isolates federal employees and data from malware, ransomware, spyware, and zero days.
Our platform supports public, private, hybrid, or multi-cloud environments seamlessly, and easily meshes with the rest of your security stack. Menlo Security’s Secure Web Gateway (SWG) gets you closer to a Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) model.
For US State and Local Governments, Menlo Security protects employees from malicious attacks by keeping malware off their network and end-user devices so they can work from anywhere without worry.
For US K-12 school districts and higher education institutions, Menlo Security protects students, staff, and resources whether remote, hybrid or on-site. Teachers, students, and administrators can safely access information, applications, and research with Remote Browser Isolation (RBI).
Students and faculty can search for anything, from anywhere, at any time.
Isolation technology allows universities and school districts to safely browse the Internet without the fear of malware and Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT) which leads to ransomware.